Twilight's Moon
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Twilight's Moon


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"A child prodigy hits his stride"

It wasn't long ago that Brian Larsen, the musician/producer known as "Twilight's Moon" on album covers and concert billboards, was home demoing material. But now, after receiving gold and platinum records for his work with artists like The All-American Rejects, Lisa Loeb, and of course, his own material, Larsen has truly come into his own. His newest effort, "The Last of the Romantics," released June 14, 2005, is the work of a musical genius. Larsen has become everything that he thought only his idols could be: articulate, intimate, fierce, and, dare I say, unforgivingly attractive. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Tarot (Unreleased/Demo) - 1995
Pi - 1996/1997
The Classics - 1998/1999
The Slope - 2000
ClockWork - 2001
Emergency Exit - 2001
Close to Me (EP) - 2002
Electric - 2002
Broken Windows - 2003
Mind Candy (EP) - 2004
Mind Candy (Original Soundtrack) - 2004
In the Fall (EP) - 2005
Electric (Original Recording Remastered) - 2006
In The Meantime (EP) - 2007
Slip Away (Single) - 2007 [Currently Receiving Radio Airplay]
The Last of the Romantics [Forthcoming] - 2006



Brian Larsen is a musician, songwriter, producer, writer, and actor. Brian first started playing music when, as an infant, he discovered a toy keyboard that belonged to his older brother. Fascinated by the sounds he was making, Larsen asked to be enrolled in piano lessons. After a few years of training, he began writing songs and recording rough home demo tapes. In 1997, at the tender age of eleven, Brian released his first album, "Pi," under the band name "Twilight's Moon." The album was a hazy homemade recording that showed more talent and ambition than professional skill. Still, it was the start of something special. A year later, a classical-themed album, "The Classics" emerged. In 1999, at the age of thirteen, "The Slope" was released. Despite what one reviewer called a "rough hewn" nature, the album received international distribution and sold several thousand copies in its first year of release. "Brian never fails to paint on a grand scale," a reviewer wrote. Larsen responded to the interest by honing his craft, recording "ClockWork," his fourth album, in the months following the release of "The Slope." Considered by many to be his first mainstream effort, “ClockWork” showed an impressive increase in songwriting skill and production value. “His ambition is admirable and his achievements often are,” wrote AllMusic Guide. Still, Brian was recording on analog equipment and failed to capture the quality and energy of his performances, so for his fifth album, “Emergency Exit,” Larsen created an elaborate studio using all-digital equipment. The result was an album whose music sounded crisp and pristine. “This is likely the beginning of Brian Larsen hitting his stride,” wrote Stephen Thomas Erlewine. The album was a tremendous commercial success, outselling all previous Twilight’s Moon albums combined in a mere six months. Larsen immediately recorded a follow-up EP, “Close to Me,” which was released on Larsen’s sixteenth birthday, April 9, 2002. He spent much of the following year recording a trance album, “Electric,” which was released to critical acclaim in early 2003. After a three-month long vacation from recording and performing, Brian recorded “Broken Windows” in the summer of 2003, and the album was released in December of that year. Once again, he followed up the album’s huge success with an EP, “Mind Candy,” which was released in April of 2004. Exhausted, Larsen took six months off from recording, filming scenes for the movie “xXx2: State of the Union” and writing and releasing a book, “In Words.” He returned to music in March, 2005 with a new single, “In The Fall,” which is considered by many reviewers to be the true beginning of Larsen’s creative and commercial peak. The single received more than 1,000,000 plays in less than six months. Realizing his commercial ability, Brian spent another year recording new material. In 2006, Larsen released three singles: “In The Summer,” “Goodnight,” and “I Tried,” all to phenomenal sales. By the end of 2006, Brian had received more than 3,000,000 plays of the singles. He has continued to write and record at an incredible pace. A new EP, “Seasons,” was released in August, 2007, with another full length album, the long-awaited “Last of the Romantics,” to be released in early 2008. After more than a decade in the industry, the 21-year-old musician says he will begin to tour once more in the fall of 2007. The future looks brighter than ever for Brian Larsen, the prolific artist who has spent his entire adolescence in the public eye.