Gig Guide #002 – March 2017

Gig Guide #002 – March 2017

Sunday, 19 March 2017
Gig Guide #002 – March 2017
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Part two of our featured bands to catch this month in Brighton. If you have a gig you’d like us to include then email: info@1brightonfm.co.uk and put ‘Gig Guide’ in the subject box.

Cloud Nothings, The Haunt 23/03/2017

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‘Life Without Sound’ is the latest album from the Ohio band Cloud Nothings and has been going down a storm with critics and fans alike. In addition to the new album the band have added a second guitarist to their line up giving them a stronger live sound. The band, who have been outspoken about the recent political climate in their live shows, take all the frustration and anger they feel and put it into a brilliant live performance. It’ll be a night to forget your woes, to live in the moment and to miss when it’s over.

Tickets £12: Purchase from Seetickets.com

Surfer Blood, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 25/03/2017

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The brilliant Surfer Blood will be bringing some Saturday evening indie pop to Brighton. The Florida band, who are touring their latest release ‘Snowdonia’, will be gracing our fine city with their poppy guitar and earworm filled tunes. Following some recent line-up changes the band are sounding stronger than ever and are capping off their European tour in style at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar.

Tickets £9: Purchase from Seetickets.com

Superfood, The Haunt 29/03/2017

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After a quiet year following the release of their brilliant debut ‘Don’t Say That’ Superfood are starting to tease audiences with parts of their follow up album, starting with their new single ‘Double Dutch’. The band were getting a lot of attention for their live shows in the past and now they appear to be planning to crank things up a notch or two.

Tickets £11: Purchase from Seetickets.com

Temples, Concorde 2 – 31/03/2017

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Hot off the heels of their critically acclaimed second album ‘Volcano’, Temples are set to immerse Brighton’s Concorde 2 in their mesmerising lush choruses and psychedelic hooks. ‘Volcano’ has given the band a much more refined and larger sound and is already causing a storm Stateside. The band are known for their immense spectacle of a live show, one that will perfectly at home at Concorde 2.

Tickets £12:  Purchase from Seetickets.com

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