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The Slow Readers Club, are back with their latest and most anthemic single yet, Tell No Lies; a synth-driven alternate anthem ready-made in time for the band's long anticipated – and three times rescheduled – UK Headline tour, which visits Chalk Brighton, next month. 
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Retain those carefree thoughts and long hot days of summer with the new golden sounds from long-time Brighton Magazine favourites, Raving Beauties.

Fickle Friends, who are due to play a date in Brighton, next year, first established their reputation entirely independently, touring extensively throughout the UK and Europe before hitting the Top 10 with their major label debut album You Are Someone Else. 
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A decade in the making, and sure as hell Royal Blood have made it .. big time! The English rock duo formed by Mike Kerr (vocals, bass) and Ben Thatcher (drums) in Brighton, are set to play the city's most iconic venue, and tickets are still available!
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Following the unveiling of the official trailer for the cinematic documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996, Oasis has revealed unseen footage of their performance of their single Live Forever from the record breaking shows. 

Ahead of their date at Chalk Brighton, alien ravers Henge are ready to launch the next episode of their unique and spectacular comic book series.
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Multi-national, Brighton-based outfit ĠENN have unveiled the new visuals for Catalyst – taken from the band's latest EP Liminal.

Before Brighton five piece Creature Creature hit the studio with folk-punk legend, Frank Turner to record a new EP, they will be releasing their long awaited, unofficial Bond song in aid of two charities close to their hearts - Pancreatic Cancer Action and St Wilfred's Hospice.

Having now completed his third full decade as a recording artist, The Divine Comedy, aka Neil Hannon, will be unearthing the treasure trove that is Charmed Life - The Best Of The Divine Comedy - a collection of his finest moments, out February 4th 2022.

Down for the Count are a mini-big band who bring the sounds of the Swing Era back to life, with an electrifying show full of incredible energy and musicianship. 

The Specials return to Brighton this weekend, following the 2019 release of their number one album, Encore. The show at the Brighton Centre will preview tracks from the band's forthcoming album,Protest Songs – 1924 -2012.

Sussex based indie outfit Suns Up release new EP Whatever Happened, It's Alright Now, just two years after the band burst onto the local scene with an effervescent ability to fuse modern indie and dream-pop influences.  

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