Grunge band to perform their latest EP

PUBLISHED: 17:55 12 May 2019

True Strays will perform at The Brit Bar. Picture: Rebecca Mason

True Strays will perform at The Brit Bar. Picture: Rebecca Mason

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A blues grunge band will perform their latest EP at a Weston venue at the end of the month.

True Strays will sing at The Brit Bar in High Street on May 30 at 8pm.

With more than 20 UK festivals under their belt, the Bristol-based band enjoyed their first foray into the European festival scene last year, playing at La Truite Magique, in Belgium, and live sessions with BBC Introducing in the West.

The four-piece were influenced by the delta blues period of the 1940s and 1950s, British invasion and psychedelic rock of the 1960s and 1970s and modern age punk, rock and blues.

They released their latest EP, Homeward Bound, on Friday, which has a darker sound with social and political themes featuring throughout.

The EP was recorded in the back of an old horse box in the Cotswolds, a few miles away from founding members' James Cameron and Joseph James' homes.

Entry to the show is free.


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