UK based alternative rock band Suns Of The Tundra will release the album Murmurmation six days ago. The band was re-born from the ashes of cult ‘90s outfit Peach which included Tool bassist Justin Chancellor. Murmuration is a remarkable combination of precise vocals with hard-driving instrumentation especially with the bass and drums of Marlow and Prestidge propelling the songs along, complimented by Oakes and Moloney’s guitars joining the plethora of sounds to provide an experience that the listeners probably will enjoy. The track Ghosts Of Our Mothers,
Suns Of The Tundra is comprised of members Simon Oakes (vocals and guitar), Andrew Prestidge (drums), Andy Marlow (bass, backing vocals), and Mark Moloney (guitar) and
Hanna Pettersson (saxophone). Oakes also takes on the role of chief songwriter, as well as collaborations with the other band mates. They have an impressive live résumé by playing festivals such as Latitude, Download, Green Man, and All Tomorrow’s Parties and more. The title track Murmurmation,
Suns Of The Tundra have three acclaimed albums under their belt, a self-titled debut (2004), Tunguska (2006), and the concept album Bones Of Brave Ships (2015) as well as 2009 EP release, Illuminate. Their rock stylings fit right in with label-mates The Fierce & The Dead, Shineback, and Reformat.