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Tortilla Army

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

"It's Got A Ring To It" EP, released in November 1999

"A New Journey" Tortilla Army's debut album was recorded and released in June 2002 featuring a distinct Latin flavour courtesy of the band's former percussionist Colin Lovatt.

Second album "Broken" was recorded and released in June 2004 Far and away the bands best loved and most enthusiastically received album, out selling the others three fold. First album with new drummer Mik Gaffney (ex Lever/Torque).

May 2005, "Archive" a mixture of old demos and live recordings was released as a 'Thank You' for the band's die hard fans.

The band are about to go back into the studio to record their new album, tentatively entitled '3'. Probably the most eagerly anticipated album yet. The new material features the band's most diverse, modern and exciting songs to date. The band will be tracking 20 new songs which will be painstakingly whittled down to 12 for the final album.

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Main stays Jim Noble (guitar/vocals) Sy Morton (bass/vocals) continue with their vision of a band that defies genre and relies on good song writing, good vocals and good musicianship to carry them through.
The original three piece honed their sound with hours of practise, adding the unique (at the time) element of live percussion to their line up in the shape of Colin Lovatt.
Drummers come and drummers go, and that’s exactly what happened in 2003. Out went founder member Chris Jones in came Mik Gaffney.
Mik immediately put his stamp on the band’s sound (in fact one of their first song writing sessions yielded fan’s favourite ‘Broken’!).
The new four-piece continued to develop their sound until Colin decided to quit the band to continue his life Down Under.
So Tortilla Army reverted to a trio format, and soon became very comfortable with it.

Tortilla Army has come a very long way from the initial steps in the backroom of the East Kent (spiritual home) to where they are now, and things continue to move forward, with a fourth album in the works, an ever increasing presence on My Space, dates with U.S. bands Moth & Fizzgig and upcoming tours in 2007 being put together as we speak.
The Army keeps marching on…