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This band from Redditch began their musical career rehearsing in a caretaker's hut, and have since played right across the country.
Like many others, Pegasus Bridge formed a band as school friends, practicing in the caretaker's hut because they were banned from the music room.
The band live
That's a long time ago, and the line-up has remained essentially the same since then, yet the boys are still only 20–21.
Strong lyrics, mind-invading hooks and driving rhythm mark the character of the Pegasus Bridge sound, and can be heard in full effect on their new self-titled EP.
The three-track EP, which has just been released on iTunes and Amazon, pulls together the edgy, guitar-driven roots of the band with catchy vocal melodies and synthesizers.
With his powerful drumming style, the new addition of Tom Lynam completes the mix.
Tom used to the in the Redditch rockers Keiko. You can listen to some of their music by following the links below.
You can listen to all the latest music from across the two counties on the Friday Session Introducing... every week from 7pm, on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
last updated: 21/02/2009 at 15:16
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