IT has been a hectic month for Warrington's Winachi Tribe.

The electro funk collective toured the West Coast of the US for the first time and topped it all off with a gig at Parr Hall with Burtonwood's Slydigs.

Winachi Tribe, whose line-up includes Ian Brown's percussionist Inder Goldfinger, performed in LA, Hollywood, San Diego, San Francisco and Las Vegas in the space of 12 days.

Then they joined the fifth anniversary show for Warrington Music [WAM] at Warrington's biggest venue.

On top of that the band were handpicked for music equipment company Behringer's new 'Artist Profile' video interview series which you can watch below.

Liam Croker, frontman, said: "The Winachi Tribe killed it in States.

"To see the reaction to our live shows and hear people singing our songs back to us on the other side of the world was an amazing feeling.

"Our forthcoming single, Transition, premiered on LA's tastemaker station KCRW while we were out there.

"We also did a live session and interviews for equipment company Behringer at their 'Music Tribe Studios' in LA. 

"They provided the backline gear for the tour. They also did a number of interviews with the band which they've used to launch their 'Artist Profile Series'.

"We're just about to announce our UK summer tour which includes a big hometown Warrington this space."