Indie rock band Sea Power formed in 2000 in Brighton and released their debut album, The Decline of British Sea Power in 2003 that opened to critical acclaim. It was at this point that The Sunday Times declared British Sea Power to be, "The best band in Britain". The singles Carrion and Remember Me entered the British Top 40 and Top 30, respectively. Their follow-up album, Open Season, was released in early April 2005, and again enjoyed wide critical praise.
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Macy Gray, one of the most acclaimed American soul singers of her generation, is heading to the UK in 2022, catch her and her band The California Jet Club live at Saint Luke's Glasgow on 10th June!
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Opera legend Sir Thomas Allen returns to Scottish Opera to direct his acclaimed 2013 production of Mozart's masterpiece, with Jonathon McGovern and Roland Wood sharing the title role!