News The Neu Bulletin (2nd July 2013)

Today’s Bulletin is 100% full of Brighton-based bands. Featuring Sisters and Lion Bark.

The Neu Bulletin provides a daily dose of new music tips, all in the name of exposing you to something fresh and exciting.

Every day we offer up a choice show, a song of the day and a little something extra that’s caught our attention. Check back here every day for your latest Neu Bulletin delivery.

Sisters support Paws and Big Deal - London, Madame Jojos

Brighton’s Sisters played a storming, remarkably assured set at the third of Neu’s ‘How June Is Now’ showcases last month. This is a slightly bigger deal, hence the headliner, playing White Heat in support of are-they-aren’t-they duo Big Deal and Glasgow’s Paws.

Lion Bark - Two Prongs

Brighton’s Lion Bark label their music ‘beach pop’, but the term only likely stands if you imagine some suited-and-booted crooner awaiting weekend revellers on the seaside, microphone in hand and boombox to one side. If a reincarnated Sinatra could surf, he might sound a little like ‘Two Prongs’, its strung-out blissful quality superseded by some grand, baroque vocals that soar at the top of the mix.

Nature Channel - S/T EP
Nature Channel by Nature Channel

Hailing from the same city as Lion Bark and Sisters but completely different in shape and stature, Brighton’s Nature Channel bring a ferocity that few in their seaside resort have come close to rivalling. The trio of Tom Denney, Luke Hefson and Jim Morrison offer cutting, ever-inventive punk, lined with vocals that reverberate off the ceilings, trying to escape from mere concrete. It’s rude, obnoxious and as a result, a complete thrill.

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