psycho-biker-junkie-whore (avariel_wings) wrote,

I find it really quite bizarre that a band I saw, not two years ago, playing in the upstairs room of a not-particularly-salubrious Brighton pub, having been dragged along because the drummer's girlfriend's brother was a good friend of mine at the time... now have at least one LJ fan community devoted to them and get mentioned in Q and NME and all over the place.

The band's British Sea Power, if anyone was wondering. This all feels very odd and surreal, but I guess it isn't really...

The stage - such as it was, it was more of a "space with no chairs in it and possibly a platform" - was covered in twigs and stuffed owls then, too.
Tags: british sea power, how very odd

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