Surf-punk trio Tundra scheduled to perform at The Blue Moon in Cambridge this weekend
PUBLISHED: 10:11 25 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:11 25 April 2018
Fresh from their support slot with Marmozets, one of the most exciting unsigned bands in the UK will be at the Norfolk Street venue on Saturday
The gig comes a day after the release of their second EP, Life’s a Beach, on April 27.
Formed in 2016 in Bury St Edmunds, the group consists of bassist/vocalist Elliot Booth, guitarist/vocalist Caitlin Pegley and drummer Elliott Roger-Brown.
Tundra worked alongside rising stars Gavin Macinally and George Perks (The Darkness, Black Peaks) on the production of Life’s a Beach, the follow-up to 2017’s Pretty Bird EP.
Bassist Elliot Booth said: “We wrote a lot of the EP in the midst of a horrible winter, looking ahead to the summer. During the writing, we lost two friends in a car accident, so it has a sort of double meaning.”
The trio have already made a name for themselves at East Anglia’s BurySOUND music competition, winning in 2017, as well as at festival slots at Cambridge Strawberry Fair, SwanFest and BNatural.