Loading player…

Large artwork
The Twilight Sad

Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters

Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters is the debut album by Scottish indie band The Twilight Sad. It was released by FatCat Records on April 3, 2007 in the United States and Canada, and on May 7, 2007 in Europe. The album features production from Peter Katis and the band themselves.

It was received positively, earning a "Generally Favorable Reviews" rating of 79% from online review aggregator Metacritic. It also received an 8.6 score on the popular review site Pitchfork… read more



Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • A lot of replay value from this album. The band is right, their music is like folk with layers of noise and I can't get enough of folk music especially with that Scottish accent <3
  • id say that they sound a bit like interpol on their first album
  • Truly lovely. And what a closer...!
  • i first don't like that one...no i like
  • Great album. I just discovered them.
  • it's still a great album.
  • I like the instrumentals, but the repeating lyrics on some songs are annoying.
  • This album is short for 1 track (That summer, at home I had become the invisible boy).
  • easily best of 2007
  • This IS worn out from overplay! Best of 2007 by far!!!

API Calls