Tagged: Sœur

Festival Preview: 2000 Trees Festival 2018

➤  16 June, 2018, 13:09 | by:

Photo: Gareth Bull Something is stirring in the rolling Costwold Hills, as over 120 of the best rock and indie bands prepare to descend on 2000 Trees Festival from 12th-14th July. Heading up the bill on this...

Sœur Review + Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  2 March, 2018, 12:50 | by:

Photos: Lee Ramsey On this incredibly chilly Sunday evening, you’d be forgiven for thinking everyone is hunkering down at home in their favourite winter socks and thickest jumpers. Arriving at the iconic Louisiana early for tonight’s show...

Sœur Preview – The Louisiana

➤  23 February, 2018, 18:30 | by:

Fuzz factory Sœur are on one hell of a roll at the moment. The dual-fronted three-piece have been selling out shows left right and centre after a successful festival season in 2017 in addition to playing seven...

Ones to Watch 2018: Sœur

➤  4 January, 2018, 09:00 | by:

New music to discover and set to breakthrough over the next 12 months Bristol rockers Sœur have become a Bristol favourite and rightfully so following an exceptional campaign which saw them release their debut EP What Separates...

Highlights of 2017: Bristol artists

➤  18 December, 2017, 18:00 | by:

We’re very close now to Christmas and also the end to what has been a cracking 12 months of music. In our second of three end-of-the-year features, we invited some of our favourite Bristol artists to share...

The Feed: Favourite Songs of 2017

➤  10 December, 2017, 16:05 | by:

We can’t believe that 2017 is almost over! It’s been both eventful and emotional in many ways for sure but we can’t deny the fact there’s been some brilliant music out there across the board. So kicking...

Sœur Review + Photoset – Exchange

➤  24 September, 2017, 16:40 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini I began my week (and my 5 day gig bender) by heading down to the Exchange for a night drenched in grunge, math rock and heavy riffs. Opening the night were Bath based trio...

The Feed: SLONK, Sœur, Cousin Kula and more

➤  13 September, 2017, 13:11 | by:

We’ve gone for all out Bristol round-up of new tracks this week so let’s jump to it! SLONK – Jane’s Boots Joe Sherrin is the talk of the town at the moment following a busy few months...

Gigs Of The Week: Henry Green, Sœur and more

➤  10 September, 2017, 18:45 | by:

Our top 5 gigs not to miss this week! With touring season in full swing, we’ll be bringing you our top 5 shows not to miss each week. So without further ado, let’s get into it. Henry...

The Feed: Van Zeller, Sœur, King Krule & more

➤  29 August, 2017, 21:00 | by:

The Autumn season is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited. With so many shows and releases on the way, why not enjoy our juicy round-up of new tunes and get yourselves pumped for the...

Sœur set to play at Reading & Leeds Festival

➤  23 August, 2017, 20:00 | by:

Bristol rockers Sœur are set to perform on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival this weekend. The band have also announced their headline tour, with a hometown show scheduled on 12th September at the...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017 Review + Photoset

➤  3 June, 2017, 13:00 | by:

The words #WeStandTogether hold close to many following the terrible events that happened in Manchester, and despite the rush of emotions as we walk down to Thekla, we remain in high spirits as the Bristol edition of...

Sœur share acoustic live recording of ‘Made’

➤  26 May, 2017, 11:19 | by:

Ahead of their live set at Dot to Dot Festival this Saturday, Bristol rock trio Sœur have shared an acoustic live version of EP track ‘Made’, from their debut record What Separates Us. Recorded in Abbey Road Studios,...

Bristol acts announced for Dot to Dot Festival 2017

➤  28 April, 2017, 17:48 | by:

Dot to Dot Festival just got a whole lot bigger as they have announced a bunch of Bristol and local acts for this year’s event. Some of the best music in and around Bristol added to the...

Sœur Review – The Louisiana

➤  26 March, 2017, 12:30 | by:

With today’s horrible news in Westminster, a time for support and togetherness couldn’t be more important. Certainly a local hometown show would help settle nerves and cheer up spirits, and an exciting one for sure as Bristol...