Supernova by Nova Twins

Released: 17th June, 2022

About Supernova

Supernova is an album by Nova Twins. The album was released on Jun 17, 2022. It contains 11 songs.

Critic Reviews

  • If you’re wondering where to start with NOVA TWINS, this album is where you need to be. This is a triumph for a band who are only going to get bigger.

    Rating: 100/100
    Distorted Sound
  • Never has an album title been better chosen - the duo are at the centre of a brightly burning, ever-expanding sonic explosion, all of their own making, and just like a supernova, it is utterly stunning to witness. Bow down to the queens.

    Rating: 100/100
  • Some say they don’t make bands like they used to. With Nova Twins, that’s true – but in the best possible way.

    Rating: 100/100
  • The London duo's debut album 'Who Are The Girls?' was an abrasive declaration of intent. This follow-up is bigger in every way imaginable.

    Rating: 100/100
  • On their sophomore album, Amy Love and Georgia South marry politically charged lyricism with a searing amalgamation of genres, producing an album that practically begs to be experienced in a full-throttle live setting.

    Rating: 80/100
    The Line of Best Fit
  • In a fairly barren landscape of heavy guitar-led groups in the mainstream, Nova Twins buck that trend and Supernova (with the tracks perhaps standing out better on their own rather than as a collection) is an excellent second step in the band’s journey which promises so much more to come.

    Rating: 80/100
  • Supernova basks in its own raw originality and kicks any naysayers to the curb with its unforgettable impact.

    Rating: 80/100
  • The genre-splicing pair’s sharp, concise songwriting makes for a mindblowing blast of distorted noise-pop – and destroys the narrative about who gets to make rock music.

    Rating: 80/100
    The Guardian
  • Overall, ‘Supernova’ is exactly what it says on the tin - a bright burst of energy that will leave you awe-struck.

    Rating: 80/100
  • From smashing genre boundaries to fighting for inclusivity in the metal scene, Supernova is a sign of things to come.

    Rating: 80/100
    Metal Hammer
  • There’s no concession to ‘playing nice’ at any point, and ‘Supernova’ is all the better for it.

    Rating: 80/100
    The Forty-Five
  • Around their 2020 debut album Who Are The Girls?, the duo's hyper-charged clash of modernist metal, rap, industrial rock and snaking R&B drew comparisons to Enter Shikari and The Prodigy, and this second album brings the heft and enormity to make them serious contenders.

    Rating: 70/100
    Classic Rock