Here’s this week’s new music roundup, and we’ve got LOADS to write about. First up is the new one from Sea Bed, who show that they can pen pop songs as well as dance tracks with Pretender. The band head out on tour with Clock Opera next week, playing at The Hope & Ruin on 3rd March.
It’s been years since we wrote about Tall Ships
– as far as we recall, the band relocated to Falmouth, but their bio (and new promo pics) suggest that they’re Brightonians once more. Their new single is called Petrichor
, and is taken from forthcoming album Impressions out 31st March. You can catch Tall Ships locally on 6th May at The Haunt
Fujiya & Miyagi have shared the first track from EP3, which completes their set of three EPs which will make up a self titled album. The track is called Solitaire, and the final EP and album come out on 7th April. To catch the band live you’ll have to head to one of their dates in France listed on their facebook page.
Last week The Magic Gang announced their new EP due in April and shared How Can I Compete. The band head off on tour that month with fellow locals Abattoir Blues, but the only Brighton date will be when they play at The Great Escape.
Cessna Deathwish launch their new single at The Hope & Ruin on 4th March. It’s called The Bends and comes out on 24th February.
Sell is the new single from Codename Aquarius and is out now. Search the band’s facebook page an you should be able to find a link to download it for free. Codename Aquarius support Fufanu on Feb 23rd at Green Door Store.
launch their new Long Term Plan
on 23rd Feb at Hope & Ruin
. The EP comes out the follow day, but you can listen to the title track here:
Choppersaurus is a due made up of Nick Evans and My Life Story’s Jake Shillingford They’re releasing tracks from their album on a month over the course of 2017, and the first track is Motel 66.
The Physics House Band
release their new album Mercury Fountain on 21st April. The first track they’ve shared from it is Calypso
which can be heard below. The band play a headline show at the Haunt on 11th May
Finally some rock from a band who got in touch called #. They had an album out last year, but have already shared some new material in 2017 including Ciggie Song: