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Sea Power Share Split Screen Video for “Two Fingers” and Announce New UK Tour Dates

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 11, 2022 via Golden Chariot

Sep 15, 2021

Sea Power (who were formerly known as British Sea Power, but recently shortened their name partially due to “a rise in a certain kind of nationalism in this world”) have shared a video for their recent single “Two Fingers” and announced some 2022 UK tour dates. The song is taken from their upcoming album, Everything Was Forever, which is due out February 11, 2022 via the band’s own label Golden Chariot. More

12 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Magdalena Bay, Sea Power, Nation of Language, and More

Plus Big Thief, Trace Mountains, Macie Stewart, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Weeks’ Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 13, 2021

Welcome to the 30th Songs of the Week of 2021. As I was on vacation last week, this week’s list covers the last two week’s worth of songs. So it’s a super-sized edition with a Top 12. More

British Sea Power Change Name to Sea Power, Announce New Album, and Share New Song “Two Fingers”

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 11, 2022 via Golden Chariot

Aug 09, 2021

British Sea Power have announced that they have changed their name, shortening it to simply Sea Power, and have also announced a new album, Everything Was Forever, and shared its first single, “Two Fingers.” More

Soundtracking the Resistance – France in the House

Emmanuel Macron, Iran Nuclear Deal, Superchunk, Janelle Monáe, North Korean Diplomacy, and Kanye West Buddies Up to Donald Trump

Apr 27, 2018

Our Gallic friends came to visit this week, plus cabinet positions remain unfulfilled, lawyers refuse to speak, Kanye West continues to court controversy, and Janelle Monáe remains impeccably cool. More

British Sea Power and Dutch Uncles Remix Each Other

British Sea Power’s Let the Dancers Inherit the Party and Dutch Uncles’ Big Balloon Both Out Now

May 12, 2017

Two English bands who released new albums earlier this year, British Sea Power and Dutch Uncles, have remixed each other. More

Under the Radar Announces Spring 2017 Issue with Father John Misty on the Cover

Issue 60 Also Includes Interviews with alt-J, Grandaddy, Jarvis Cocker, Mount Eerie, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Perfume Genius, Slowdive, Little Dragon, London Grammar, Mew, Real Estate, Goldfrapp, The New Pornographers and Much More

Apr 07, 2017

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our Spring 2017 Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar’s app and the magazine app Readly. The print version is about to ship out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon (as well as available soon digitally via the magazine apps Zinio and Readly). More

British Sea Power Share Crazy “Surrealist Exercise Video” for “Keep On Trying (Sechs Freunde)”

Let the Dancers Inherit the Party Due Out March 31 on Golden Chariot (via Caroline International)

Mar 10, 2017

England’s British Sea Power are releasing a new album, Let the Dancers Inherit the Party, on March 31 on their own label Golden Chariot (via Caroline International). Previously they shared a video for “Bad Bohemian” and the audio for “Keep On Trying (Sechs Freunde).” More

Listen: British Sea Power - “Keep On Trying (Sechs Freunde)”

Let the Dancers Inherit the Party Due Out March 31 on Golden Chariot (via Caroline International)

Feb 22, 2017

England’s British Sea Power are releasing a new album, Let the Dancers Inherit the Party, on March 31 on their own label Golden Chariot (via Caroline International). Previously they shared a video for the album’s single “Bad Bohemian.” More

Watch: British Sea Power - “Bad Bohemian” Video

Let the Dancers Inherit the Party Due Out March 31 on Golden Chariot (via Caroline International)

Jan 25, 2017

England’s British Sea Power are releasing a new album, Let the Dancers Inherit the Party, on March 31 on their own label Golden Chariot (via Caroline International). Now they have shared a video for the album’s single “Bad Bohemian.” More

Aug 27, 2015

England’s British Sea Power have announced a new album, but instead of being a collection of brand new songs it consists of re-arranged and re-recorded brass band accompanied versions of some of their back catalogue. More

Mar 29, 2013

Next week Brighton-based rock group British Sea Power return with their latest studio effort Machineries of Joy. More

Mar 20, 2013

On the verge of releasing their fifth album Machineries of Joy next month, British Sea Power have come forth to premiere a music video for the record’s title track and lead single. More

Feb 12, 2013

British Sea Power has announced the arrival of their newest album Machineries of Joy. More

Mar 22, 2011

Last night, British Sea Power took to the Letterman stage to play “Who’s in Control”—a cut from recently released album, Valhalla Dance Hall. We have the video. More

British Sea Power Lose ‘Control’ in New NSFW Video

Band to Perform This Month on Letterman

Mar 11, 2011

Indie rockers British Sea Power unveiled today their first video for a track off their latest record, Valhalla Dancehall—“Who’s In Control.” We have the vid. More

Under the Radar Announces Winter 2011 Issue and Death Cab for Cutie Cover

Issue Includes Interviews with R.E.M., Bright Eyes, The Decemberists, Cut Copy, Jens Lekman, Okkervil River, Panda Bear, Lykke Li, Iron and Wine, Elbow, Duran Duran, Destroyer, and more

Feb 11, 2011

Under the Radar’s Winter 2011 issue is about to hit stands. The cover features Death Cab for Cutie, who gave writer Matt Fink insight into the band’s forthcoming album, Codes and Keys (due out in May). The issue also includes interviews with Bright Eyes, British Sea Power, The Dears, The Decemberists, Destroyer, The Dodos, Duran Duran,Elbow, Iron and Wine, Lykke Li, R.E.M., Telekinesis, Toro Y Moi, The Antlers, The Big Pink, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Jens Lekman, Okkervil River, Panda Bear, Vivian Girls, Anna Calvi, Porcelain Raft, Smith Westerns, Yuck, and more.

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Jan 06, 2011

Today British Sea Power released “Who’s in Control,” the first single from forthcoming album Valhalla Dancehall. We have a stream. More

The Onion Offers Free Stream of New British Sea Power

'Valhalla Dancehall' Hits Stores Next Week

Jan 04, 2011

For their inaugural album stream, the A.V. Club chose Valhalla Dancehall, British Sea Power’s latest indie rock epic slated for release January 11th. More

Nov 15, 2010

Hot on the heels of their Zeus EP, British Sea Power are ready to talk about their next full-length. Titled Valhalla Dancehall (how appropriate!) the album will be released on the historic date, 1/11/11. More

Sep 23, 2010

On October 4th, British Sea Power will release Zeus, an 8 song EP that will act as a preview to the band’s January full-lenght release. We have the details. More



Interviews

Apr 21, 2017

Fourteen years have passed since the release of British Sea Power‘s debut album, The Decline of British Sea Power, and the band remain as resolutely eccentric as ever. They continue to play odd venues, draw inspiration from a ridiculously wide range of influences, and turn to the unexpected during shows. More


Reviews

Mar 30, 2017

Expecting the unexpected can work in the favor of bands like Radiohead, U2, and R.E.M. They build up a reputation for trendy experimentalism that is met with enthusiastic anticipation by their fanbase. More

Jan 13, 2011

Three-legged horses are usually put down. The tripodal mustang that adorns Valhalla Dancehall‘s cover seems to want to dance, but is partially bound by British Sea Power’s epic sense of determination. Thankfully, the band does find middle ground and the music takes on some of the playfulness of the band’s lyrics; a tidy step back from the awesome arena rock of Do You Like Rock Music? More