Sœur / BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale Session & UK Headline Tour Continues
Bristol-based trio Sœur performed their debut BBC Maida Vale Session over the weekend for Daniel P Carter’s Radio 1 Rock Show. The four-track session includes two tracks taken from their debut ‘What Separates Us’ EP - ’Slow Days’ & ‘Put You On' - recent single ‘Left Living' and brand new track ‘Doesn’t, Does It’.
Listen to the Maida Vale Session here.
The band are currently halfway through their UK headline tour, with shows this week in Nottingham, Leeds & Birmingham. Entry is FREE on a first-come-first-served basis, with tickets available from DICE & Ticketweb now.
Having earned a reputation as one of the UK underground’s most exciting live bands, the three-piece - fronted by best-friends Anya & Tina - have had a whirlwind 2017. Since announcing their debut physical EP - ‘What Separates Us’ - in the spring they’ve played shows & festivals across the country, including Reading/Leeds, 2000 Trees, Fieldview and many more. Last month they kicked-off their autumn live calendar with a sold-out BBC Introducing show w/ Idles in Cheltenham.
Released via their own label, the band’s debut EP ‘What Separates Us’ was recorded over 4 days in Bristol, UK, with producer Ali Chant (PJ Harvey, Youth Lagoon).
STREAM the ‘What Separates US’ EP via Spotify & Bandcamp.
Sœur: THE FREE TOUR
Tue, 28th Nov / Rough Trade, Nottingham
Wed, 29th Nov / Nation of Shopkeepers
Leeds Thu, 30th Nov / Hare & Hounds 2, Birmingham
Breaking hard-rock down to its simplest, most fundamental form, Sœur are a brutal, soulful assault on the senses. Bound together and battle-hardened by an experience & appreciation of the fringes of British rock music, Anya Pulver, Tina Maynard & James Collins have already found their incendiary live shows selling out in dive bars and clubs across their native South West. With vocal lines that tangle & intertwine, riffs so substantial they’ve got their own post code, and a beat - provided by former Maybeshewill drummer James Collins - that ties everything down with industrial power, this is a sound of colossal proportions.