Horses On The Beach are known for their dynamic live performances, which blend elements of Latin and Balkan Jazz, Hip Hop, Ska, and Reggae. Their horn section is a standout feature, driving their refreshing compositions from blazing choruses to delicate interludes and back again. They have received acclaim for their energy and diversity, and have played at numerous festivals across the UK, including Wonderfields, Port Eliot, and Boomtown.

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Long Tonic, on the other hand, bring their unique take on the indie/blues rock genre to the stage. Originally from Cornwall, they have gained a following in Bristol for their high-energy live shows, which feature screaming guitar riffs, trumpet hooks, and soulful lyrics. Their song "Fuse" was supported by "BBC Introducing" and quickly gained over 10,000 streams in more than 100 countries. They have also played at festivals such as El Dorado and Kindred Spirits.

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"Live Music for Water" is an opportunity for music lovers to enjoy two great bands while supporting a worthy cause. The event is organised by Mauro Amaral, with sound production by the Retro Sound Machine, and all profits will go to to help provide clean and sustainable water systems in The Gambia. With tickets priced at just 10 Euros, attendees can make a real difference while enjoying a memorable musical experience.

We encourage everyone to attend "Live Music for Water" and support this important cause. By doing so, they will help to provide access to clean and sustainable water for those who need it most, while enjoying the talents of two fantastic UK bands.