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British Sea Power




Take a look at British Sea Power’s bike-tastic video for their gorgeous new single ‘Machineries Of Joy’, taken from their fifth album of the same name out 1st April (pre-order here)

British Sea Power – Machineries of Joy on MUZU.TV.

British Sea Power Watch British Sea Power's 'Machineries Of Joy' Video


A Rolling Stone review of the 2002 Reading festival dismissed all the other performances in a couple of lines, before dwelling on the BSP set at length: “Fuck this puerile drivel, we’re going to see British Sea Power… All of them have crazy acid-fried stares, the bass player is wearing tree branches on his head and one deliriously psycho-delic tune concludes with singer Yan beating on the drum-kit with a large stuffed owl. British Sea Power rule.” We second that emotion.

British Sea Power on Myspace

British Sea Power on Wikipedia