Preview: Seats + Glass Peaks - The Prince Albert 30/03/17

The Prince Albert in Brighton is consistently brilliant when it comes to showcasing the best emerging acts in Brighton and from further afield. On 30th March, SEATS will headline the venue and take to the very same stage that so many of their successful contemporaries have done before. 

SEATS are a four-piece electro fuzz pop group based in Brighton and have been well on the rise for quite some time. They have a varied list of influences ready to reel off, including Foals and DIIV and it's one of the many things that makes them special. 

Having performed at other local venues in the city and putting in a performance at last year's Together The People Festival - SEATS are more than ready for the challenge of headlining one of Brighton's most-loved small venues. 

Catch their live set and see them go beyond the stereotype of the average indie-pop quartet and show you what they're really about. You won't regret it. 

Glass Peaks by Adam Ant Photography
Main support on the night will come from Glass Peaks. The melancholic alt-pop four-piece hail from Kent and despite only establishing themselves on the music scene a year ago, they've quickly impressed all that have seen them since. 

The group are known for their dynamic melodies and moody guitar licks that progress into a full-scale wall-of-sound, complete with thumping drums and rattling bass lines. 

Glass Peaks are raw, passionate and thought provoking and they're ready to make their mark on the Brighton music scene as well as further afield. 

Halcyon by Molly Marshall 
Newly added to the bill are Halcyon, who will open the event on the night. The Brighton-based psychedelic pop group are certainly getting their name out there by playing gigs with lots of other bands at the moment. Get down early to catch their live show and experience their dream pop in full glory. 

Tickets are available here now. 

Words Lauren Wade

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