Feb 222013
 

The Sunday Times: “The best band in Britain” | Support: East India Youth | LOUT Promotions | Book Tickets Online


In 2013, ten years on from their debut album, British Sea Power are hitting their stride. New album Machineries Of Joy is a creative high, a superbly composed, multi-stylistic tour de force. Beautifully mechanised rhythms sits alongside wind-blasted Brontë-rock cinematics. Brain-bent garage thrash hurtles in.

// Press Response:

“Fuck this puerile drivel, we’re off to see British Sea Power” – a Rolling Stone review dismisses the entirety of a Reading Festival line-up in favour of BSP.

Guy Garvey: “Not only do British Sea Power own the best name in history, they’re fucking great.”

“Strings and guitars evoke the theme from Blade Runner and the ever-forward momentum of Für Immer by Neu!” – Q magazine on the title track from Machineries Of Joy.

A recent poll of BBC 6Music listeners – on the most important hundred tracks of the station’s lifetime – placed the British Sea Power track Remember Me at number nine, just above Radiohead, just below Johnny Cash. It’s a placing that indicates both the band’s longevity and the deeply dedicated nature of their audience.

Twitter: @BSPOfficial
Myspace: British Sea Power

// Support: East India Youth


// Event Details:
Title: British Sea Power.
Support: East India Youth.
Company: LOUT Promotions.
Date: Monday 25 March, 2013.
Door time: 19:30.
Tickets: £14.00.
Available: TOM’s Box Office from Monday 25 February, 10:00am.

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