Britain’s bravest independent music constant reflects on one of the most underrated anthems of the past decade.
New music out on March 31 that should excite you as much as it excites us.
The band’s first proper studio album in four years arrives this spring.
British Sea Power are back with an entertaining music video for their song “Monsters Of Sunderland”, featuring two bears making their way through England.
Intelligent music, easy going guys – NOTHING BUT HOPE AND PASSION had a joyful talk with British Sea Power as they are celebrating their tenth anniversary.
After 10 years of making music together you might think BRITISH SEA POWER, the UK’s ever so brilliant yet, underrated indie rockers, found their standard recipe to a good and solid indie rock album. Well, you can certainly hear the
Being one of Great Britain’s best kept musical secrets has its pro and cons – depending on your perspective. BRITISH SEA POWER might never get as big as COLDPLAY or ARCADE FIRE – at least they don’t need to – but
On April the 1st, BRITISH SEA POWER will release their fifth studioalbum Machineries Of Joy via Rough Trade. The upcoming record was worked up in the Berwyn mountains in north Wales and recorded in Brighton with the engineer Dan Swift,