British Sea Power

Formed 2000.
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British Sea Power chat to Shaun Keaveny

Noble (aka Mark Noble) from British Sea Power chats to Shaun Keaveny.

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Biography

British Sea Power are an indie rock band based in Brighton, East Sussex, England, although three of the band members originally come from Natland (near Kendal), Cumbria, England. The wide-ranging nature of their material has led critics to liken their sound to a variety of groups, from The Cure and Joy Division to the Pixies and Arcade Fire. The band are famed for their live performances, the unusual lyrical content of their songs and the adventurous choice of locations for some of their shows. British Sea Power's members are Jan Scott Wilkinson (vocals, guitar), Martin Noble (guitar), Neil Hamilton Wilkinson (bass guitar, vocals, guitar), Matthew Wood; (drums), Phil Sumner (cornet, keyboards) and Abi Fry (viola).

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Valhalla Dancehall

    Valhalla Dancehall 2011

    Reviewed by Andrzej Lukowski
    Eccentric Brighton band’s fourth album proper continues their unruffled progress.
  2. Review of Man of Aran

    Man of Aran 2009

    Reviewed by Jaime Gill
    British Sea Power are to be cherished for their originality and daring.
  3. Review of Do You Like Rock Music?

    Do You Like Rock Music? 2008

    Reviewed by Sonja D'Cruze
    An inventive and intriguing listen, never quite laying itself bare.
  4. Review of Open Season

    Open Season 2005

    Reviewed by Chris Long
    BSP simply do not know the meaning of the word 'mainstream'
  5. Review of Remember Me

    Remember Me

    Reviewed by Olli Siebelt
    Nostalgia is big these days and Rough Trade are certainly in the nostalgia business at...