The composition “Take Me To That Beach” is a tribute to an invigorating place by the sea in the west of Latvia. The long-awaited “Tribes of the City” concert, which was announced last March but was postponed twice for some reason, will finally take place on 27 July on the terrace of the Cannabis Cultural Center.
“Tribes of the City” is the first Latvian Schuguiz group to have released four studio recordings since 2003. The band’s latest album “Rust and Gold” won the “Austras” award as the best record of Latvia in 2019, as well as was nominated for the European Independent Music Award IMPALA. The band is currently actively working on the new record. The album is made thanks to the funding provided by the Culture Capital Foundation and the “Austras” award scholarship. Some of the new “Tribes of the City” songs will also be premiered at the planned concert.
At the Cannabis Culture Center, the group will play in full for the first time after a long break. The concert will also feature guest musician Alexei Siverenko, who will play the keys.
For the composition “Take Me To That Beach”, the group’s soloist and artist Ksenija Sundejeva has created a special video work with lyrics.
The concert will take place on July 27 at 20:00. As the postponed concert will take place on the terrace with more capacity, a limited number of additional tickets will be sold.
Those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or who have contracted Covid-19 will have the opportunity to attend the event in person. Visitors will be required to present a valid ID and Covid-19 certificate at the entrance.
Photo: Tribes Of The City performs at the Austras Award Ceremony.