A Falmouth band will be taking the psychedelic spirit of the late 60s and early 70s to Redruth and Penzance next month.

The Wild Zellas, a four-piece with keyboards, flute, guitars and vocals, bring 60s and 70s music up to date with outsider rock.

Formed in 2014, the band have played festivals and venue gigs in Cornwall and London, including Holifair in Gweek in 2014, which was headlined by Aphex Twin.

The Wild Zellas, made up of guitarist, Zella Wild; keyboard player, Sophia Gale Windsor; bass player, Steve Gruitt, and flautist, Lou Peixinha, have had five of their songs featured on BBC Introducing, as well as being playlisted by the Deuce Show on Atlantic FM.

The band will be playing a two hour set at the Farmers' Arms in Penzance on April 8 from 9pm to 11pm, before playing at Charlie's Bar in Redruth the following day to support Cornish psychedelic folk band, Hanterhir, on April 9 at 8pm.

Charlie’s Bar have already booked the Wild Zellas to also headline their live music event on April 30, with support from Flashes, whose song Battleface was played by David White on BBC Radio Cornwall, as well as on BBC Radio 6.

Stumpgrinder, a solo singer-songwriter, will open with a short set at the event, which starts at 8pm.

Entry to each of the events is free.