New Brighton Music

We’ve been writing about albums more than individual tracks and without realising suddenly there’s loads to catch up. So without further ado, here’s the new one from Fujiya & Miyagi. It’s the first track to be shared from EP2, the follow up to EP1 which came out earlier this year. The track’s called Outstripping (The Speed of Light) and is out on 28th October. Fujiya & Miyagi have also announced a mini tour taking in Paris, Istanbul, Barcelona and Bristol, ending up in Brighton at The Haunt on 11th November:

Brighton Music Blog favourites Sea Bed have a new track out today, called Geneva. You can catch them live at Patterns on 3rd October supporting Oscar.

Staying with the synths, here’s the new one from Dark Train, entitled Untied:

I’ve heard protest songs about many things, but this is the first song I’ve heard I’ve heard about saving the bees. Octopuses new track Not The Bees has had social media support from Caroline Lucas and you can watch the video for it here:

Red Deer People‘s self released Fun Fun Fun EP came out a couple of weeks ago. The three tracks accentuate the band’s post punk side, and is still available to download at bandcamp or buy on cd from Resident. Red Deer People will be supporting grasshopper at their EP launch on 3rd October at the Prince Albert.

Fickle Friends keep churning out the pop bangers. Here’s their latest, Cry Baby:

Celebrating their Reading and Leeds debut, High Tyde have shared a new track called Gold. The band hearing out on tour around the UK in October and November, stopping off at the Concorde 2 on 30th October.

We seem to be having quite a video heavy week this week. Here’s another, Tereshkova by JØTA, written about the first woman in space:

Rounding things off this week is Ellis, by Heimway, a track which starts gently but builds to a big rock finish. Heimway play Sticky Mike’s next Tuesday.


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