Rescheduled: VC Pines, live at The Prince Albert – Brighton

The Prince Albert 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton

VC Pines returns to the South Coast following standout performances on the summer festival circuit, including the Great Escape and All Points East. Immersed in a well of alternative soul, poetry & punk, VC Pines delivers deep organ drones to provide the dark underbelly for his alt-soul avenue, while a seventies-esque sound sugarcoats the grit.…
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Rescheduled: Casey Lowry, live at The Prince Albert – Brighton

The Prince Albert 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton

FREE show! Casey Lowry is 22 year-old, fun-loving, indie artist who is fast becoming one of the most talked-about and promising names in guitar pop, pulling in crowds with his upbeat bops about misfortunes in love and rich odes to wanderlust. He broke through with his debut single ‘Trampoline’ in 2017, a winking nod to…
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American Aquarium, live at The Prince Albert – Brighton

The Prince Albert 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton

Founded in North Carolina, American Aquarium are an alternative indie rock band with Southern Country flair. Whether you call it alternative country, twang-core, or garage folk, one thing is for certain: these guys love to play loud music. 'Country music was the voice of the people. It wasn't always the prettiest voice, but it was…
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Rescheduled: Mosa Wild, live at The Prince Albert – Brighton

The Prince Albert 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton

Mosa Wild are a newly forged alternative/indie/shoegaze quartet from the UK. The name Mosa Wild, which stems from his grandfather, who was called Mosa. “He wasn't a particularly wild guy,” he says. “But he was a real force of nature, a good man. ” Their debut EP, 'Talking In Circles' explores themes of love, loss,…
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