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British Sea Power are dead, long live Sea Power. The indie stalwarts have chosen to rebrand in order to avoid any misapprehension of their name and have announced the release of their new album, Everything Was Forever, ahead of a one-off show at The Georgian Theatre on Saturday 11th September.

The rural-loving cult heroes never fail to disappoint, and the venue’s spacious stage should be big enough to accommodate a whole raft of onstage topiary and embellishments, such is their wont and should the urge take them. New single Two Fingers is hailed as an anthem for these troubled times, optimistic and defiant in equal measure, while the live show should feature their usual mix of brooding and bucolic indie.

Sea Power are one of the most revered UK live acts, often mentioned in the same breath as international luminaries such as Pixies and Arcade Fire. With the new album scheduled for a February release some new material should get a run out, while the band’s last album, 2017’s Let The Dancers Inherit The Party, was arguably their most upbeat, so expect plenty to dance to and a few surprises along the way.

Sea Power play The Georgian Theatre, Stockton on Saturday 11th September

 

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