The Tenderfoot (band)

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The Tenderfoot
Origin Brighton, England
Genres Indie rock
Years active 2002 to present
Labels Sony BMG 5:15
Associated acts Brakes

The Tenderfoot is a British band featuring members Darren Moon (also of the Modern Ovens),[1] Gavin Moon, Russell Prior, Joel Gibson and Marc Beatty of Brakes.[2]

The band has released two albums to date: Vale Industrial in 2004[3] and Save The Year in 2005 both on Sony BMG's 5:15 label.[4]

The Tenderfoot’s debut was well received, with plays on BBC Radio 1, London's Xfm and 6Music[5][6]

Members of the band are also associated with acts such as Brakes and The Modern Ovens.[7]

The Tenderfoot also featured on a 2006 Qmagazine compilation Mellow Gold alongside Evan Dando, I Am Kloot and Elliott Smith and on a British Sea Power B-Side for the song "A Lovely Day Tomorrow".[8][9]

In 2008, the song "People are the Problem" was featured on the Independents Day ID08 compilation album.[10]


Studio albums[edit]

  • Vale Industrial (2004)
  • Save The Year (2005)[11]


  • Still Holding My Stomach In (2004) [12]
  • Waking Me Up Again (2004)[13]
  • Cowbell Blues (2005) [14]


  • Acoustic Chill Volume 2 [15]
  • Mellow Gold[9]

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