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Blue Kubricks release debut EP

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The Blue Kubricks have released their debut Shed Sessions EP.

The band is made up of brothers James and Jess Duah – James on vocals and rhythm guitar and Jesse on bass and drums – with Sam Joy joining them on lead guitar.

James said the band formed around five months ago.

He said: “Jesse and I had played for a long time before and then I went off with the army.

“While I was away Jesse found Sam and started playing with him.

“When I came back I saw Sam was pretty good so we formed the band.

“All the stuff on the EP is quite recent, within the last year or so.

“I write a song in my bedroom but then it often morphs into something different when we play live.

“I enjoy the whole journey, from the inception to the applause.

“But I can be quite uncompromising so with a couple of songs I had everything in my head and that’s how I wanted it to sound when we recorded it.”

Shed Sessions EP is available on iTunes, Spotify and amazon.

The band have a busy summer of gigs lined up and are currently in talks with a major record company.

On Friday, July 29, they are performing at Swanfest in Ipswich and then playing The Fiddlers Elbow in Camden, London, on Sunday, July 31.

They return to Suffolk on Sunday, August 7, to perform at the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

For more information on the Blue Kubricks and to keep up-to-date with their upcoming gigs please visit www.facebook.com/bluekubricks or follow them @BlueKubricks


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