Gigs Of The Week! 3rd-7th July

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With another month gone and another Monday (almost) conquered, we’re here to help lift your spirits with the best of the music scene in Brighton this week. If live music’s your thing, look no further – gigs of the week is back!

Credit: James Butroid

Credit: James Butroid

Monday – Willy Mason @ The Green Door Store

American singer-songwriter Willy Mason will be taking on The Green Door Store tonight. Known for his folk, blues and country style, the native New Yorker will be performing in an intimate venue, providing vibrant vocals and great guitar work.

Doors @ 7pm. The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, BN1 4FQ

Credit: Football, Etc.

Credit: Football, Etc.

Tuesday – Football, Etc. @ The Hope & Ruin

The up and coming Houston-based band, Football, Etc. are currently touring the UK and next on their list of places to visit is Brighton. Performing at The Hope & Ruin this Tuesday, the up and coming three piece cite one of their influences as Sonic Youth, so you can certainly expect good vibes.

Doors @ 7.30pm. The Hope & Ruin, 11-12 Queens Road, BN1 3WA

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Credit: Tammy Lo

Wednesday – Cold War Kids @ Concorde 2

American indie rock band, Cold War Kids are set to perform live in Brighton at Concorde 2 this coming Wednesday – what better way to break up the working week? Since forming in California in 2004 the band has released 6 studio albums and completed copious tours. If you go to see Cold War Kids expect a mix of indie and blues-inspired rock music. The band has cited some iconic influences such as Nick Cave, Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday, Jeff Buckley, The Smiths and more…

Doors @ 7.30pm. Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN

Credit: Michael Shemenski

Credit: Michael Shemenski

Thursday – The Wytches @ The Green Door Store

A busy week for The Green Door Store, The Wytches will also be taking on the intimate venue later in the week. The English band originally formed in Peterborough in 2011 but can now be called our own as they’ve made Brighton their base. Having released two studio albums, the up and comers are already making a name for themselves on the music scene. Expect psychedelic rock, surf rock and post-punk vibes all night long.

Doors @ 7pm. The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, BN1 4FQ

Credit: Andy Fallon/NME

Credit: Andy Fallon/NME

Friday – White Lies @ Concorde 2

To end your week of good music, White Lies will be performing at the seafront venue, Concorde 2. The English post-punk band from Ealing, (formerly known as Fear of Flying), will be bringing their rock revival sound to our shores to call on the start of the weekend.

Doors @ 7pm. Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN

 

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