Summer Twins are a California-based garage pop group fronted by sisters Chelsea and Justine Brown. After the break-up of their first band, power pop combo the Scandells, the two Riverside natives formed Summer Twins in 2008, originally operating as a duo with Chelsea on guitar and Justine on drums. Inspired by the sounds of '50s and '60s girl groups, surf music, and garage rock, they brought a more contemporary dream pop element to their amalgam of retro styles. They immediately earned the support of garage-centric indie Burger Records who released Summer Twins' 2012 self-titled debut album. A pair of EPs called Forget Me and Good Things arrived a year later as the band also found favor abroad, signing with Japanese label Irma Records. Expanding the group to a quartet with the addition of bassist Michael Rey and guitarist/keyboardist Andy Moran, they recorded their sophomore effort, Limbo, with producer Chris Woodhouse (Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees) in Sacramento. The album was released in October 2015 on Burger Records.