Finalist – International Acoustic Music Awards – The Royce Twins

The Royce Twins are finalists in the International Acoustic Music Awards

The Royce Twins have just been announced as finalists in the 17th Annual International Acoustic Music Awards out of the USA. They were a finalist in the Best Group/Duo category for their original song, ‘Heartstrings’.

The Twins were the only Australian act to make the finals. It’s yet another testament to their strength as emerging singer-songwriters.

The nomination reflects their growing following outside of Australia, with streaming statistics from 2020 showing their music has been listened to in over 50 countries, with a good part of that from the USA. ‘Heartstrings’ featured on their self titled Debut EP.

Recognition like this are a great way for independent artists to expand their overseas following. Both Gabriel and Michael are very happy to be a finalists in the 17th year of the awards. It’s a hotly contested field and they’re pleased ‘Heartstrings’ got recognised. 

You can catch up with ‘Heartstrings’ by the Twins at your favourite music place including Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer and YouTube – that has a live acoustic recording. 

You can also catch up with the Twins on facebook and Instagram and at their website www.theroycetwins.com.au.

And yes, music followers will be pleased to know they’ve got new music coming later this year. Stayed tuned to the socials for details. 

 

One thought on “Finalist – International Acoustic Music Awards – The Royce Twins

  1. Hi Guys,
    I am so proud of you
    I pray blessings over both of you
    May you continue to succeed in everything you do
    The first time I ever saw you on tv I knew you were going places.
    Never give up
    The world is your oyster
    Love you both

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