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Victories At Sea / New Righteous Mood / Modern Literature tickets

Hare And Hounds in Birmingham

Thursday 20th February 2020

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 14

Following their sold-out show in the Hare & Hounds V2 last April, Birmingham's Victories At Sea return to play the main room on Thursday 20th Feb.

 
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Victories At Sea / New Righteous Mood / Modern Literature on Thursday 20th February 2020

THIS IS TMRW PRESENTS
VICTORIES AT SEA
+ THE NEW RIGHTEOUS MOOD
+ MODERN LITERATURE
HARE & HOUNDS 1
THURSDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 2020

14+/under 16s accompanied by an adult

Following their sold-out show in the Hare & Hounds V2 last April, Birmingham's Victories At Sea return to play V1 for the release of their second album on Thursday 20th Feb.

Victories at Sea follow the release of two singles in 2019 with their second studio album Everybody’s Lost and All I Want Is to Leave on 21st February 2020. Recorded on the shores of Loch Fyne and mixed in their native Birmingham, the album refines and redefines the sound of Victories at Sea.

The location of recording has had a marked influence on the album. The vast landscapes of Loch Fyne are there in the grandeur and sky scraping ambition of the already heard ‘Quiet House’, the changeability of the weather mirrored in the skittering melodies, looming builds and sudden explosion of ‘Late’; the shift from calm to cloud to downpour made melody.

The switch from what JP White, lead singer and lyricist describes as being, ‘far from the electric daylight of city evenings’, during recording to that very cityscape created a tension within the album that confronts this nature seeped creation with mechanics and artificiality.

So, the sweeping melodies and delicate piano interludes of album opener, ‘When The Dark’, are abruptly interrupted by a crescendo of closing noise that brings to mind the hectic, circular motion of rush hour traffic on Birmingham’s inner ring road. Current single, ‘Follow You’, delivers a seemingly straightforward and direct verse / chorus moment of ear worm brilliance only to abruptly skip and slide into a locked machine groove, the sound of Birmingham’s industrial past breaking through the sheen of modernity.

If this sounds ambitious, maybe even a little pretentious, then that is a charge that Victories at Sea are happy to rebut. Everybody’s Lost and All I Want Is to Leave was conceived and realised as a statement. A permanent marker of the pinnacle of the trio’s possible creation, an honest and direct expression of the collective power of the three band members.

This album is more than a collection of songs, it stands as a collective of artistic work designed at every point to demonstrate a belief in the power of the album, the power of music, the power of words. Something beautiful that would remain forever.

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Alternative, Indie, Rock

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