New Brighton Music

We’re catching up a bit with new music at the moment, so we’re going to dive straight in, starting off with Sea Bed, fresh from going down a storm at Glastonbury, here’s their new single Young:

Fujiya & Miyagi have put out a video to one of the tracks from their recent release EP1. This is To The Last Beat of My Heart:

As well as putting on regular gigs at the Dome showcasing local bands, Spectrum also do something called “Site and Sound”, getting acts to video tracks live in the amazing settings at the Dome complex. The latest of these is from Barnacles with their track Power Up. The next Spectrum night takes place next Thursday (7th July) where Kirsty McClement headlines.

Next up is some glitchy electronic soul from Kudu Blue with their new track Call Out. If you like what you hear (and we like it a lot), you can catch the band playing at Paddle Round The Pier this Saturday.

Jolé‘s new track A Year of Ages gets released this Friday. It’s three minutes of uplifting guitar pop which might hopefully distract you from politics, or the weather, or whatever’s making you feel glum today.

Dove House launched their new single Cheap Tricks at The Hope & Ruin last week, and it was BBC Introducing’s track of the day today. You can listen to it here:

Seems Strange is taken from the new album Duets by Matt and Boog, a husband and wife team who have made a darkly comic record on the theme of long term relationships. It features a whole host of musicians, not just from Brighton, including members of Bonobo, The Miserable Rich, The Leisure Society and Rockerswitch:

Said The Ghost is the solo project from Brightonian Jamie Lees. He’s just released an EP called Inhale Day and this is the opener Ode to Rise.

Finishing things off with something to wind down with, here’s Eva Bowan remixed by Memoryloop with the Sapphire Helix edit of Dawn Warmth, originally from Eva’s Ringwoodite EP which came out last month:




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