Cult indie rockers hit Bristol's Trinity Centre and Rise Records this month

British Sea Power - Trinity - Nitelife

Brighton-based band British Sea Power formed in 2000 and have since released seven albums, becoming one of the most respected cult acts in indie rock. They hit the road this April with their new record, Let The Dancers Inherit The Party – kicking off their European tour at Bristol’s Trinity Centre.

If you missed out on tickets, they will be performing an intimate unplugged gig at Rise record store in Clifton. Or catch them again in June, when they return to the city to support Manic Street Preachers at Bristol Sounds for a glorious Harbourside show.

6 April // 7pm – 10pm // £16adv // Trinity Centre
22 June // 6.30pm – 11pm // £37.50 // Bristol Sounds
LINKS: Facebook event // tickets

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