British Sea Power charity gig

The Brighton/Cumbria/Isle of Skye favourites, British Sea Power, will be performing a special show in aid of Brighton-based young homeless charity The Clock Tower Sanctuary and MIND, on Friday 12th October, at Patterns, Brighton.

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British Sea Power – Concorde 2 – 20th February 2018

There are few finer feelings than returning home to celebrate good times with friends, and so it was tonight at a heaving Concorde 2. British Sea Power have earned a huge cult following ever since 2003’s debut The Decline Of British Sea Power marked them out as worthy successors to the likes of Echo & The Bunnymen with their artful take on indie-rock. As the years have gone by, the Brighton band has continued to tread their own path, never doing anything overtly commercial yet finding a strong audience with every new move. Tonight marked a great way to wrap up the end of another national tour in support of last year’s fantastic Let The Dancers Inherit The Party.

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British Sea Power – Interview – 2014

For those who have been living in the Brighton area this last decade you’ll probably have come across British Sea Power, a quintessential INDIE band in the old fashioned sense of the word, purveyors of non-mainstream guitar based music that generally paddles its own canoe, never quite following the diktats of current fashion or flavours; where virtuosity is not a pre-requisite of authenticity or quality. Alternative is perhaps an appropriate single word summation of this band who have dabbled successfully in the sub-genres of punk, lo-fi, noise pop, post-rock and melodic rock whilst managing to stay within the general confines of what we know as pop and rock.

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