Sea Of Brass (2LP)



British Sea Power's signature brand of sepia-toned post-rock has always carried with it a considerable measure of nostalgia. Released in conjunction with a live DVD of the same name, Sea of Brass sees the East Sussex collective revisiting eight songs from their back catalogue and sprucing them up with a full brass orchestra.
Weighted toward the group's more meandering, slow to midtempo material, Sea of Brass has more in common with film-related BSP works like Man of Aran and From the Sea to the Land Beyond than it does the nervy post-punk emissions of Decline of British Sea Power or the roaring, stadium-ready indie rock of Do You Like Rock Music?

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