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Pale Seas + Special Guests

The Joker in Brighton

Thursday 23rd November 2017

8:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

An intimate Brighton show as part of the bands first UK tour since the release of their critically acclaimed debut album.

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Pale Seas will embark on their first UK tour after the long awaited release of their debut album 'Stargazing for Beginners' was met with critical acclaim from the likes of Huffington Post and Stereogum as well as a world premiere of single 'Someday' on Huw Stephens Radio One show. For fans of Mazzy Star, Neil Young, PJ Harvey and Elliot Smith.

Tipped by many to become one of the most exciting and unique British guitar bands of the decade off the back of rapturous critical acclaim, Pale | Seas, on the eve of the release of a long-anticipated debut album, simply disappeared. No hiatus announcement, no press release, nothing.

For the following two years the band, led by jewelled enigmatic frontman Jacob Scott alongside Graham Poole (Lead Guitar), Matthew Bishop (Bass) & Andrew Richardson (Drums), emitted no signal, instead embarking upon a period of prolonged isolation.

The decision to do so would go on to define the band’s dark, otherworldly and expansive sound. To capture it and enhance it further the band enlisted the help of producer Chris Potter (The Verve, Urban Hymns) & Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, Devendra Banhart).

Scott’s influences include; Neil Young, P.J. Harvey, Elliott Smith and Half Japanese (who Scott says, “got me to pick up a guitar in the first place”) – but as a rule of thumb, it’s not been music that’s shaped who he is as an artist.

His mother, a painter, was a much bigger influence. “I learned more from growing up with her than I have from music. She found a way to channel her life experiences into something beautiful and real. To see that, to witness someone so close to you turning their life in to art was, to me, more powerful than hearing any band play.”

In an effort to capture the state he was in when the songs were written, ‘Stargazing For Beginners’ was recorded mostly at night in the ancient abbey – Scott says the feeling an artist has when they first write something “can’t be replaced, unless you get it first take.” There are many first takes on the album and many more hours between them spent waiting for the perfect moment to arrive.”

18+ // £5 Advance

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Folk, Indie, Rock

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