Fresh from her historic Grand Ole Opry debut in November 2023, Nashville-based British pop-country artist Twinnie has returned with a powerful duet that tugs at the heartstrings. Teaming up with fellow Nashville-based pop artist and The Voice Season 17 finalist Max Boyle, Twinnie delivers a gut-wrenching track titled “Take A Break.”
“Take A Break” is a heartbreak country-tinged pop offering that captures the raw emotion of longing and nostalgia. The lyrics delve into the complexities of love, regret, and the desire for one more night before saying goodbye. Twinnie’s and Max Boyle’s voices blend seamlessly, creating a hauntingly beautiful harmony that resonates with listeners.
Here are some poignant lines from the song:
Can’t you just come over, keep me company
Can I just remind you of who we used to be
Cooking in the kitchen while you pretend to help
Making me laugh harder than anybody else
The chorus encapsulates the yearning for a respite from heartache:
Can we take a break from this breakup?
Step away and just make for one night
Then I swear I’ll be good with goodbye
Hold me in the dark like you mean it
Kiss away the pain I’ve been feeling
My heart is out, it’s naked
If you don’t love me, **** fake it
Can we take a break?
“Take A Break” stands out as Twinnie’s first duet release, and the chemistry between her and Max Boyle is palpable. The vulnerability in their voices draws listeners in, making this song a must-listen for anyone who appreciates authentic storytelling through music.
As the UK country music scene continues to evolve, “Take A Break” adds a fresh layer of emotional depth. Twinnie and Max Boyle have crafted a timeless ballad that speaks to the universal experience of love, loss, and longing. Whether you’re nursing a broken heart or simply appreciating soul-stirring melodies, this song deserves a spot on your playlist.
Listen to “Take A Break” through your usual music outlets – the song is out now.
UK Tour Dates
Don’t forget Twinnie is appearing in various UK country music events in 2024. Find out more at our Twinnie Artist Page