Tags : British Sea Power

First Acts Named For Live At Leeds 2018 Including Peace,

While another year of festivals has been and gone, fear not; festivals are announcing their line ups left, right and centre in the run up to Christmas and the latest soiree to announce for their 2018 edition is the brilliant Metropolitan festival Live at Leeds, hosted in, you guessed it, the beautiful city of Leeds. […]Read More

Feeder and British Sea Power added to the line up

A batch of exciting new names have been added to the line up for Kendal Calling 2017. Amongst the newly announced artists are Welsh rockers Feeder who will expectedly deliver their classic anthems along with tracks from their latest album All Bright Electric. Regulars to the festival, the indie six piece British Sea Power have also been confirmed to […]Read More

Live Review // British Sea Power – O2 Academy 2

Mid noughties indie bands don’t tend to have the best track records in consistency, most of them have produced a couple of decent records then faded into obscurity however British Sea Power aren’t your average indie fodder. What the band have been able to do since the release of their incredible debut album The Decline […]Read More

Festival Preview // Common People Southampton

Yep, it’s that time of the year again. The sun’s starting to creep out from behind the clouds, the cider is tasting a lot better than it did a couple of months ago and this summers festival line ups are being thrown at you left, right and centre. However you don’t just want the best […]Read More

First Acts Announced For Truck Festival 2017

In this dreary weather, everyone has started planning their summers and Truck Festival is definitely something to consider. Celebrating their 20th birthday, Truck Festival have been hit with positive feedback since releasing their first wave of bands on February 6th. Travelling down to the festival to headline this years event are The Libertines, The Vaccines and […]Read More