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Your Favourite Enemies, The Sea & We Are Atlas

March 16, 2014 @ 7:30 pm

Canadian noise-rockers hit Keighley

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Tickets available on-line for
Your Favourite Enemies – £5 + 50p BF
from www.WeGotTickets.com


Physical tickets now available for
Your Favourite Enemies – £5



Your Favorite Enemies’ distinctive blend of dirty and polished type of sonic textures, along with their introspective poetry and symbolist type of lyrical approach gathered fanatics from all different musical backgrounds into a defining communion of high level noise, post-punk, psych, shoegaze and prog rock.

Well known for their old school DIY dedicated ethos, for being fierce human rights advocates and for their insanely unique scenic let go type of live performances, the six members of the band devote every aspect of their career based on their community values.

Sonically twisted, lyrically juxtaposed symbolistic and creative polemics are amongst the few aspects that make Your Favorite Enemies one of the most exciting, intriguing and artistically fascinating ventures to emerge on the musical front scene over the last couple of years.



The Sea


True brothers in arms, Peter and Alex were both junior national surfing champions, representing Great Britain at major International events, living the surfing dream on the Cornish coast … and then they discovered rock n roll … which seemed to fit in neatly with the ‘surf, write songs, smoke spliff and write more songs’ lifestyle. They then formed a two piece, aptly named ‘The Sea’ and started honing their craft, which gradually grew in its dominance of their collective days. Swapping boards for guitars and drums, Alex and Peter started gigging in earnest – travelling the length and breadth of Europe in the mandatory battered van, collecting fans wherever they went creating optimum noise with minimum band members and fuss.


We Are Atlas

Melodic rock with a bit of clout, think Young Guns, Mallory Knox, Exit Ten, Fightstar, The First, A Day To Remember, Lower Than Atlantis.



March 16, 2014
7:30 pm