Brighton Duo TUSKA Return With New Single ‘WE COULD BE ALONE’



“We Could Be Alone”

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Release – Friday 11th March 2016

5th February//The Social, London

6th February//The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

4th March//Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton

17th March//Sebright Arms, London

Richard Sturges and Rob Weaver have a talent for taking familiar psychedilic rock infuences in quietly surprising, dissonant new directions.

DIY Magazine

Music that Fuses Modern Rock with Scuzzy ‘70s Vibes…It’s Impressive

-Line Of Best Fit-

This is Brilliant

-Greg Porter (Amazing Radio)-

They had such an easy time winning me over


After the immense success of their debut single, Brighton duo Tuska are set to hit 2016 with their brand new track We Could Be Alone which is available to listen to HERE

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Toward the end of 2015 Richard Sturges & Rob Weaver introduced their musical project Tuska with their psych-pop track Fine. The debut saw the lads receive immediate praise from the likes of LOBF, Indieshuffle, Killing Moon and Amazing Radio as well as performing a packed out show at London’s prestigious Old Blue Last and The Lexington.

The partnership of Sturges and Weaver is both dynamic and rare. The two multi-instrumentalists meticulously layer; rich bass lines, spacey synths, crunchy guitar riffs and intricate songwriting  to create detailed compositions that keeps the listener hanging on every note.

Tuska’s latest offering is no exception, filled with the the band’s signature twists and turns We Could Be Alone is the natural progression for the duo as they combine their psychedelic influence with an excitable and robust beat. Available as a free download on March 11th, We Could Be Alone is the biggest tune from Tuska to date and is guaranteed to have you wanting more.


Get your free download here on 11th March


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