BRITISH SEA POWER Announce autumn 2017 UK tour + further festival appearances

BRITISH SEA POWER Announce autumn 2017 UK tour + further festival appearances

The country’s premier rock’n’roll outdoorsmen British Sea Power follow up a summer spent on festival stages by announcing an autumn tour of the UK.

During the dates, the band play their biggest ever Manchester headline show as well some out-of-season indoor festivals. They will also revive their hugely successful evening soundtracking the very best in vintage Polish animation as part of the Leeds International Film Festival.

British Sea Power will play:

Sept 29th                           MARGATE Dreamland BY THE SEA (w/Everything Everything, The Libertines, Metronomy etc)

Oct 21st                              NORWICH Waterfront

Oct 22nd                             NORTHAMPTON Roadmenders (w/Ill)

Oct 23rd                              DERBY Venue (w/ Ill)

Oct 24th                              YORK Fibbers

Oct 26th                              STOCKTON-ON-TEES - The Arc

Oct 27th                              LEICESTER, Dryden Social (w/Ill)

Oct 28th                              LINCOLN, 2Q Fest (The Engine Rooms)

Nov 10th                             LEEDS, Town Hall (part of Leeds International Film Festival) ***

Nov 11th                             MANCHESTER, Albert Hall (The People’s Concert w/Field Music, Dutch Uncles, Boxed In)

Jan 12-14th (2018)      ROCKAWAY BEACH FESTIVAL - Bognor Regis (w/Wild Beasts, The Orb, Peter Hook & the Light etc)

Tickets for all shows are available now from usual agents.

***The Leeds show – part of the Leeds International Film Festival - sees the band revisit the collaboration they put on earlier this year with Polish festival Kinoteka. The show was performed to a sold-out crowd at the London Barbican. The show sees British Sea Power playing a specially written score for a series of classic Polish animations handpicked by the band.  According to the Central and Eastern European Review, the gig helped showcase the country’s “diverse aesthetics… yet more proof of the richness of Polish cultural tradition.”

British Sea Power released their fifth album Let The Dancer’s Inherit The Party earlier this year.

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