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Arts By The Sea Festival: British Sea Power
Returning to the Festival after a sell-out event in 2012, British Sea Power bring their highly acclaimed performance, accompanying Robert Flaherty’s 1934 docu-drama Man of Aran.
The film, which won the Grand Prix at the Venice Film Festival, chimes perfectly with BSP’s fascination with lost ways of life, the epic might of meteorological forces, and forgotten corners of the history and heritage of the British Isles.
British Sea Power are Yan, Noble Hamilton, Woody and Eamon. The band began life in Cumbria, 2001, and after a few relocations gained an enormous reputation in Brighton and then Europe, as tour supports to such greats as Interpol and The Flaming Lips. By the end of 2004, they were known worldwide, receiving acclaim as 'the best band in Britain' (Sunday Times) and attaining the Time Out award for Live Band Of The Year. It's quite remarkable that in this short time, BSP have established themselves as one of Britain's most noteworthy bands.
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