La Tunda is a 21st Century power trio based out of New Haven, CT.
Front women Stephany Brown and Kriss Santala have a knack for writing super catchy songs with plenty of vocal harmonies, dissonance, and head banging riffs.
The girls deliver a heavily spirited diatribe of suburban rock sounds while
drummer Andy Beetham adds his special brand of funky and hard hitting beats; a natural compliment to La Tunda’s Sweet and Spicy flavor packet.
The Band is currently recording at Bird’s Eye Studios in West Haven and hope to release their first full length album this fall.
Influences include The Breeders, Sonic Youth, Patti Smith, Nirvana, The Stooges, Buzzcocks and many more.
“The defiant teen twins of the Runaways and Everly Brothers delivered by the New York Dolls at Shonen Knife Hospital…with Loretta Lynn as the birthing coach.” -Peter Riccio, courtesy of Lys Guillorn
(Hailing from NY, via Vermont, con bajo de Nueva Haven!)
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