Published: 08/02/2013 12:00 - Updated: 08/02/2013 11:19

Time for Moray to 'Meet The Bands'

Lossiemouth band 'Peruvia' are drummer Chris Brash (back left), singer/lead guitarist Frankie Ralph (back right), bassist Elliot Knight (front left) and lead vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Lewis Anderson. NS
Lossiemouth band 'Peruvia' are drummer Chris Brash (back left), singer/lead guitarist Frankie Ralph (back right), bassist Elliot Knight (front left) and lead vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Lewis Anderson. NS

 

STARTING this week, the 'Northern Scot' is running a regular series profiling some of Moray's top up-and-coming musical talent.
Lossiemouth rock band ‘Peruvia’ are the first to answer our questions, speaking about how they got together, their musical ambitions, and why they love their hometown crowd.

The four-piece, who all attend Lossiemouth High School, have big aspirations and are already making a name for themselves on the local gigging circuit.

For the interview with the band, see the Entertainment section in this week’s print version of ‘The Northern Scot’.

Links to their original tracks ‘Monarchy’, ‘Underclass’, ‘Boardwalk’, ‘Paradise Lane’ and ‘Crazy Night’ are available below.

More on the band can be found on Facebook and on twitter @Peruvia_

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU1Rgu0R1Jg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PI0bSyT0Pg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uc4QG6Mrd70

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UK6P-0mPkJg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_0FmtpveQo

 

Elgin punk pop four-piece ‘Guys At The Hotdog Stand’ will feature in part two of our ‘Meet The Bands’ series.

Moray musicians who would like to be profiled in in the future can email j.millican@northern-scot.co.uk

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