Gigs of the Week in Brighton: Stonefield, Hattie Briggs & More!
There is some top-notch music on display this week, with Brighton’s music scene maintaining its typically high standards! We bring you our top picks!
Monday 2nd July: Start your week off with Thomas Wynn and the Believers at Prince Albert. The group, named the best rock band in their local Oregon for 7 consecutive years, are known for their energetic performances.
Tuesday 3rd July: For a dramatic shift in pace from Monday, see the band Doyle. Cited as the founders of ‘horror punk’, this will be an intense night of thumping music to Sticky Mike’s.
Wednesday 4th July: Representing a slight drop-off in craziness, punk band The Bar Stool Preachers play The Pipeline. Joining them are folk act Matilda’s Scoundrels, making this a rather eclectic night of music.
Thursday 5th July: The brilliant Stonefield play The Hope & Ruin. The four-piece is entirely comprised of a group of sisters, with their close bond contributing to their fantastic rock music and live performances!
Friday 6th July: No week would be complete without receiving your indie fix, be sure to get out and see Echoic at The Pipeline!
Saturday 7th July: The Wonderful Hattie Briggs plays the Marlborough Theatre! The folk musician won Fender Undiscovered Artist of the Year in 2017, and is now gaining prominence for all the right reasons!
Sunday 8th July: The highly-acclaimed Hans Chew, a rock musician specialising as a pianist, comes to Prince Albert. The musician was once nominated for the Uncut Music Award, once won by some of the worlds best including Fleet Foxes and P.J. Harvey.