Brass-based British Sea Power tour takes place this October/November.
The Soft headline London & Totoake and Ed Thomas provide some startling new tracks.
Gareth Ware speaks to the coastal group about soundtracking visual collage 'From The Sea To The Land Beyond'.
The band will be making seven appearances around the country next spring.
The clip accompanying their 'Machineries Of Joy' cut features two characters you might not usually spot in the North Eastern town: two bears.
The sound of The Electric Soft Parade belatedly coming of age.
BSP are taking it down a notch for their fifth long-player.
It's the title track from the band's forthcoming fifth album, released next month.
Your mandatory dose of new music recommendations, chosen by Neu.
Roy Wilkinson's 'Do It For Your Mum' will be published later this year.
The band will mark a decade together by performing at Berwick Village Hall
The Cornish event will also see performances from Andrew Weatherall, Caitlin Rose, The Jim Jones Revue, Sea Of Bees and Gaggle.
What, is this BANDS ADDED TO FESTIVAL day?!
Not once does ‘Valhalla Dancehall’ seem thrown together.
Live albums are nearly always a stop-gap release.
As well as containing fantastic songs the record is also expertly structured. Harder rock songs give way to tender country pop, the juxtaposition highlighting the strengths of both and flowing as so there’s never a need to skip a track.
When we say there are a <i>lot</i> of singles released this week…
A full throttle rock n roll set that’s excellently received by all present.
This could be the quintessential <b>BSP</b> album that leads them to brilliantine immortality.
The band known as <b>Brakes Brakes Brakes</b> in the States and as a so-called 'supergroup' here in the UK talk Brighton, ice cream and YouTube.
Blurring lines rather than harshly mixing it up, <b>'The Beatific Visions</b> may not be as immediately loveable as <b>'Give Blood'</b>, but it's still got some hellz-a-poppin' moments.