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Surf-punk trio Tundra scheduled to perform at The Blue Moon in Cambridge this weekend




Surf-punk trio Tundra
Surf-punk trio Tundra

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

Surf-punk trio Tundra
Surf-punk trio Tundra

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.”

Caitlin Pegley of surf-punk trio Tundra
Caitlin Pegley of surf-punk trio Tundra

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.

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