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Waving Flags: British Sea Power song features in anti-UKIP campaign

British Sea Power have voiced their support for a campaign started by a fan to get their pro-immigration song 'Waving Flags' into the UK singles chart as a gesture of opposition to the recent electoral success of the UK Independence Party.

Public Enemy added to Kendal Calling line up

Public Enemy added to festival line up

Val Bauer Interview by Roisin Kelleher

"Music puts voice to our thoughts and feelings, helps us express them..."

Incubate festival Holland Sept 10th – 16th- a rough guide of what to see

there's so much on that we have attempted to make a guide for you...

Kendal Calling – live review

So good we're bringing you a second review of Kendal Calling!

Mudkiss – we urge you to check out fellow pop culture website…

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A tribute to Geoff Goddard by BSP

Staggering semi-acoustic performance of 'The Lonely'.

British Sea Power autumn tour, new book and National Maritime Museum

more off the wall manoeuvres from one of our favourite bands...

V Festival live review part 2

more thoughts from our man at V

British Sea Power – most eccentric merchandise award winners

soap and clotted cream fudge,merchandise goes mental.

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