While other bands such as IQ, Pendragon and especially Marillion went on to see varying degrees of success, Twelfth Night never really managed to achieve the profile their early potential hinted at. After a promising start with several self-released and indie label offerings, their eventual major label début flopped, they were rapidly and
Back in the early 1980s, The Reading-based band Twelfth Night were one of the leading lights of the so-called “Neo-prog” movement: the second wave of prog-rock bands who combined the complexity and ambition of progressive rock with the DIY ethos of punk.
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