As soon as the roadmap for taking England ‘irreversibly’ out of lockdown was proposed, Tungz HQ had the blueprints out.
Following the success of the UK’s monumental vaccine effort, dates have been set for opening up society and welcoming people back into public spaces. Taking to the stage in front of a socially distanced audience, the intoxicating foursome are ready to play last year’s EP Why Do Anything? in all its synth-soaked, technicolour glory.
Tables may be two metres apart, but rest assured that Tungz loungecore French-dance aesthetic coloured by 70s AM rock synths, tightly tuned percussion and guitar licks so richly sophisticated they ought to have a Beverly Hills postcode will fill the space with lashings of party. With the events industry poised to do what it does best, bring people together, shows are be back! While they may be small in the short-term, the mantra for the future is: bigger and better than ever.
22nd May – Moth Club, London
26th May – Thekla, Bristol