British Sea Power – Let the Dancers In­herit the Party

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - 8/FILM - JOE NERSSESSIAN 3/5

The first al­bum of new mu­sic from British

Sea Power since 2013 was cre­ated as po­lit­i­cal divides tore through Bri­tain. More specif­i­cally, and to use the band’s Martin No­ble’s words, “To a back­ground of politi­cians per­fect­ing the art of un­abashed ly­ing”. Recorded af­ter a successful crowd­fund­ing cam­paign last year, melody is at the fore­front as the six-piece pro­duce a record full of hope against “in­ter­na­tional lu­nacy”. In­ter­na­tional Space Sta­tion is the notable stand­out track, its ex­citable key­board line zip­ping along while the al­bum closes beau­ti­fully through the dreamy, hazy, sprawls of Alone Pi­ano. Let The Dancers In­herit The Party pro­vides the mes­sage that it is or­gan­i­sa­tion and hope that will trans­port so­ci­ety for­ward, not de­spair.

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