Surf punk band Tundra burst on to the bustling Bury St Edmunds scene in 2016 and since then have been on a non-stop mission of infectious grunge-pop domination.
Consisting of three human beings called Elliott Rodger-Brown (drums), Elliot Booth (bass/vocals) and Caitilin Pegley (guitar/vocals), the trio have already supported Marmozets, Milk Teeth and Desperate Journalist, won Bury Sound competition 2017, and played at a host of festivals including The Cambridge Strawberry Fair, SwanFest and BNatural alongside Superglu and Dingus Khan.
They released their Life’s A Beach EP in April 2018, which The Music Blog 42 described as “a defining moment in Tundra’s already memorable history”, and their first single of 2019 Navy Red received widespread radio play from the likes of BBC 6 Music, Radio X, KNRK Portland, KROK Los Angeles and Flux FM Berlin.
Tundra love gherkins, card games, making noise and crashing around on stage.
“Think a British SWMRS, only with extra attitude” – After Doors
“One of the most exciting bands in the UK” – The Music Blog 42