Live Session: Penya
Last week Penya performed a short live session for Lonely Table down at Stour Space, leading up to the release of their new EP Acelere, their debut for On the Corner Records.
The band played a section of their own material before moving into a re-work of Colombian group Sidestepper’s ‘Magangue’, tying together the cultural links to the North Atlantic/Caribbean coast both bands possess.
Acelere EP is out on October 21st, on On the Corner Records.
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