Listen to British Sea Power's moving soundtrack for From The Sea To The Land Beyond and let us know your thoughts. The band are set to perform this soundtrack at the Cutty Sark on 5 December, and are releasing the music in album format on Monday 2 December.
Whether screening Powell and Pressburger films before their gigs or holding album launches in village pubs, indie-rock mavericks British Sea Power are seldom less than interesting. Sometimes, the sextet can be too ambitious, but this soundtrack to Penny Woolcock's film about the history of Britain's coastline from 1901 to the present day is BSP at their most haunting and restrained
Machineries of Joy is a studio album by British indie rock band British Sea Power. It was released in April 2013 on the Rough Trade record label. The album's title track was released as a single in February 2013 in advance of the album release. To promote the album, the band announced a UK tour in April 2013. The album reached on the UK indie album chart, and on the regular chart. It also debuted at on the Irish indie album chart. Rough Trade announced the track listing as follows.
Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 114249E1/A RTRADLP679-A. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 114249E2/A RTRADLP679-B.
British Sea Power's score for Woolcock's From the Sea to the Land Beyond isn't the first time they've written music for film - in 2009, they wrote and recorded a new score for Robert J. Flaherty's classic (staged) documentary Man of Aran - and as before, the group reveals a rare gift for building atmosphere and. emotional intrigue with its music
Album by British Sea Power. From the Sea to the Land Beyond. Remarkable Diving Feat. Heroines of the Cliff. Melancholy of the Boot. Be You Mighty Sparrow? Berth 24. Red Rock Riviera. Perspectives of Stinky Turner. Heatwave (Lympne Castle Demo).
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