Little Buildings (Single version)

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‘Little Buildings’ is the second release from their upcoming album 'Ouseburn', which explores the post-industrial redevelopment of the North-East of England. The title is taken from a local music venue which the band also uses as a practice space. The song describes how the shameless profit motivated construction projects slowly destroy the fringe arts spaces and creative/community hubs, taking away the vibrant and colourful life inside them.


In the end we´ll see these Little Buildings collapse without a sound,
taking all the colour into the canal... and there´ll be nothing left.

Come and see them ripping out its heart (x2)

What comes next, more glass windowed homes
to better watch the artists go
taking all the colour away from city walls and ripping out its heart

Rush to see, to see it fall apart (x2)

Come and see them ripping out its heart
Rush to see, to see it fall apart


from Little Buildings, track released July 22, 2017
©2017 Twist Helix
Music by Twist Helix (Garcia Cisneros / Walker / Humble)
Lyrics by Garcia Cisneros / Walker
Recorded at Blank Studios, Newcastle
Producer: John Martindale (Shields)
Mastered by David Mackie Scouller
Artwork by Trevor Storey / Original picture: Paul Murray
Remix by Jennifer Walton



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Twist Helix Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Twist Helix is an electronic alt-pop band based in Newcastle upon Tyne.

“A thrill of intelligent synth pop.” – NARC Magazine, UK

"Musical geniuses" – AlicanteMag, Spain

Bea: Vocals & Keyboards
Michael: Bass
James: Drums
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