IF you’re looking for a fresh new sound this weekend, Jungle Brown is a dynamic trio rooted in soulful hip-hop who are in town for a homecoming gig.

Band members Ric Flo, MAEAR and Tony Bones have spent the last two years redefining the genre and are currently on a mini tour which includes a date in their home town of Bournemouth tomorrow.

A spokesman for the hip hop trio said: “The sound is bigger, more thought-provoking, and it has matured with a rich soulful underpinning.

“They have also entered territories fans are yet to hear from them as they glide effortlessly over Tony Bones’ productions that introduce trap and house into their repertoire.

“The project is an eclectic array of their influences, twisted and blended together to create a ground-breaking release for UK music.”

Jungle Brown’s debut album Flight 314 has achieved more than a million streams without any budget for marketing or promotion.

The collective spent much of 2016 in Apple Music’s Best of 2016 category, featuring on Spotify and SB

They’ve also shared the stage with the likes of De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, Lowkey, Akala and Donaeo, played major festivals including Glastonbury, Boomtown and Lovebox as well as a variety of clubs and other venues across the country.

The trio who are all originally from Bournemouth and are now living in London, said they are looking forward to their homecoming gig at 60 Million Postcards in Exeter Road tomorrow night on Friday, October 25.

n There is no entry fee.