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The Tremolo Beer Gut is about to tour Brazil and release an exclusive double b-sided 7'', with the tracks "Caipirinha River Cruise" and their take on Jorge Ben's "A Minha Menina".
They will play in Rio at the Danish Pavillion, at Ipanema Beach, as well as a few more dates in Rio, São Paulo, Piracicaba and Campinas.
You can listen and pre-order it at Reverb Brasil Bandcamp.
11 Beach Attack / Rio de janeiro
12 Kult Kolector / Rio de Janeiro
13 Pavilhão Olímpico da Dinamarca, praia de Ipanema / Rio de Janeiro
14 Garagera Festival c/ The Dirty Coal Train / São Paulo
17 Quartas de Fuzzz / São Paulo
18 Casarão Music Studio / Piracicaba
19 Kabana Bar c/ Footstep surf music band / Campinas
More info at: Wildstone Productions
Album out 10th October. Concerts this autumn
“They are here to put the URF! back in surf! They love tremolo, they love beer and they've got guts!”
Denmark’s - no, let’s just say it as it is - the world’s leading surf-orchestra is back with a new, old, album.
The Tremolo Beer Gut is known for doing everything in the old-fashioned way, but compared to most other
bands within the genre, they have always insisted on stepping out of the very schematic and rigid conventions
for surf-music. From the very beginning, it has been film-music and surf-elements, which are reflected
in the more contemporary music that has been the inspiration for the band. When The Tremolo Beer Gut
started on the music scene in 1999, it reverberated around the world’s surf forums: A new band was in the
midst of reinventing the genre backwards. A lot of reviewers on fanzines noted that: The sound is 100%
authentic old school, but the Tremolo Beer Gut writes fundamental original music, which takes the fast
track of the often reactionary songwriting that characterizes the genre.