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Five Brighton Based Bands You’ve Got To Hear

The music scene in Brighton is thriving. We’ve chosen five Brighton based bands that you’ve got to hear. Check them out here!

Brighton’s music scene is thriving. It’s definitely up there as one of the best places to be when you're starting out in a band. There’s no shortage of small DIY labels or promoters and there’s a huge selection of live music venues from The Haunt, Concorde 2 and The Green Door Store to The Hope & Ruin, Sticky Mike’s and DIY venues like West Hill Hall. Having given rise to bands such as Architects, Black Peaks, Royal Blood and The Kooks, Brighton is definitely a promising place to be for smaller and determined bands.

There’s an enormous amount going on in the Brighton music scene, so we knuckled down and chose five Brighton-based bands that are deserving of some more attention.

Here are the five that you’ve got to listen to:


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Haters refer to themselves as ‘trashy pop-punk from Brighton’. The indie punx take inspiration from the likes of RVIVR and Muncie Girls. They recently released a new limited edition four track EP called Chronic on the 7th July via Everything Sucks Music. Despite their name, Haters just sound like they’re having a lot of fun; their power pop riffs and punk sound are infectious and are sure to get you hooked. They’re playing an EP launch party on the 11th August at The Montague Arms in London, don’t miss out!

Check out a track from their new EP here:

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