On their sleeves: an interview with The Tunics

Bursting out of the Croydon suburbs three years ago, indie wonderboys The Tunics took the nation by storm with their debut album Somewhere in Somebody’s Heart.

A mesh of tangled guitars and teenage daydreams, a  sound instantly compared to the Libertines, riotous gigs and a rock n’ roll reputation to boot, the quartet were tipped for the top, picking up praise from the NME, Guardian and BBC.

But as they turn into their twenties with a new found musical maturity, I chatted to frontman Joe Costello  about what to expect from album number two – Dabblers Handbook, released by BMG on March 7.

Read my full interview with the Croydon Advertiser here.

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