[The Tunics]
"The force is the thought that love holds you forever cause love has no hope in keeping you together."

Right from the get go, you ought to notice that these guys have got that British feel to them. Everything sounds familiar enough, and you're quick to bang it off as something that sounds like practically everything else from that country - so what's still got your attention? The London trio known as the Tunics have a lyric-driven sound engineered and built on the familiarity of a lot of British music and have rightfully drawn comparisons to everyone that runs that gamut. With a precise demeanor and careful layering, however, the Tunics have managed a sound of their own, and I like it. Tune in to the Tunics!

From The Tunics' Somewhere in Somebody's Heart:
A Winter's Tale

Get more information on the Tunics at their site.
Be their friend!


Otherwheres - On a side note, with what's become a very British week, I noticed this week of posts has also turned out to be very youthful too. In yet another find that's turned out a group with an average age of 19, I can't help but wonder if England laces their water with musical talent...

Otherwheres - I have no idea how long my link to him was expired [link fixed hazaa], but Dodge has some fancy new goodness going on for him over at My Old Kentucky Blog....

Otherwheres - Jay from A Certain Romance would love to give you a taste of that latest Tokyo Police Club album...