Sounds Like: The Maccabees, Bombay Bicycle club, Wild Beasts, The Antlers, The National
Bio: The Sea The Sea washed up in 2012. David Freeman and Danny Crane-Brewer were the first to be pulled from the ocean, Matthew Clarkson a little while after, and then Stu Norfolk and Patrick Merricks were found clinging to a buoy. All were taken to Oxford docks and during convalescence began making ... See Full BioMore Info
The Sea The Sea headline the Jerico Tavern.
The Sea, The Sea "...the textures trodden in The Sea The Sea's ambient-pop recordings are no weaker live but stronger: the buoyant basslines, unpredictable guitars and ghostly falsettos on 'Winter Parade' soaring above the stage. " "The Sea The Sea create charming little masterpieces with every new track, which are instantly likable after only the first listen. By merging catchy guitar riffs and a more mellow dream pop, they replicate everything great about their indie rock predecessors while bringing something entirely new with them." Sweet William Founder of Rock n stroll Sweet William born and raised in the shadow of air hangers and globemasters likes to loosen up with some late night star gazing, playing guitar and long walks on the beach. A Tertium Quid veteran, this will be the first time Sweet William give us a full band set. Freada Freada, a folk-esque trio combine singing with a variety of instruments from guitar and accordion, to steel drum and ukele. Jess & Ness have been writing together since 2010 and have performed in a variety of Oxford-based venues. Their first recording, 'Shelter' featured on BBC Oxford Introducing's Sunday radio show - where their voices were described as being "like sirens calling to us". A new EP will be following shortly which showcases Ollie's percussion...so watch this space!
Live in store at Truck Store - The Sea The Sea will play tracks from their upcoming EP.
Launch night for a brand new series of monthly Sunday gigs featuring local bands. Kill Murray combine a diverse range of influences, they've crafted a unique sound, drawing inspiration from the likes of Pavement, LCD Soundsystem and Metronomy - matched with The Sea The Sea's indie-pop, through a post-punk/post-rock filter, buoyant basslines, unpredictable guitars and ghostly falsettos. Freada are a folk-esque trio who combine singing with a variety of instruments from guitar and accordion, to steel drum and ukulele.
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