British Sea Power concert

Founded in 2000 in Brighton, British Sea Power is made up, at present, of six members and can boast five successful albums, a nomination to the prestigious Mercury Music Prize in 2008, as well as numerous TV appearances in the US and the UK. The band rose to fame in no time, getting straight in the UK Top 40, in 2003, with the single “Carrion”, from their debut album, titled, paradoxically, “The Decline of British Sea Power”. The album sold over 60,000 copies, and the band’s elaborate, lyrical and eccentric, live appearances brought them to public attention and earned them a growing number of fans. In fact, the band won, in 2004, the Live Band of the Year award, offered by “Time Out” magazine.

The British Sea Power concert in Bucharest is organized by OneDay. On the night of the event, the price of a ticket is RON 65, at the entrance. Opening act – Robin and the Backstabbers

Venue: The Silver Church Club, 9pm; Address: 61 Calea Plevnei

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