With an ever-growing crowd of fans and media supporters, The Tunics will hit the road again on June 27th with their first UK tour in association with Glasswerk.
The three-piece, hailing from Croydon, recorded their debut album “Somewhere in Somebody’s Heart” in late 2007 with James Lewis (Cajun Dance Party, Wombats, Arctic Monkeys), and spent the year taking their local scene by storm, with local police called in to close down over-capacity shows, and the local council even trying to ban the band in their hometown.
In 2008, they decided to break out of Croydon, supporting bands like The Others, Death Can Dance, The Littlans, and Yeti in the last few months, and taking their show on the road to Universities and student club nights.
As a way of thanking their fans, The Tunics released a limited edition of their debut album in selected stores nationwide on June 2nd, but not before giving away all their music for free on their webpage for weeks before the release.
“Another brilliant track from The Tunics,
love this band” ‐ HFM
“a talented young band that are definitely
worth watching. If there’s any justice in the
world these guys will have a long and
successful career.” ‐ Sceneslut
The Tunics will Play:
June 27 Rose Bruford Uni., Sidcup
June 29 The Boileroom, Guildford
July 2 The Venue, Derby
July 3 Trash, Leeds
July 4 Classic Grand
July 5 The Arc, Edinburgh
July 6 Guilfest, Guildford
July 9 The Shed, Leicester
July 10 Bernacchia, Newcastle
July 11 Jabez Clegg, Manchester
July 12 Magnet, Liverpool