British Sea Power play Czech Republic without leaving UK

Brighton band play special embassy show

Brighton rockers British Sea Power played a gig in the Czech Republic last night (January 10) – without ever leaving London.

Their gig, in front of a 160-strong audience of invited guests, hardcore fans and several bemused Czech natives, took place at the country’s embassy in London‘s Notting Hill.

Spliting their set between old songs, they also showcased tracks from their new album, ‘Do You Like Rock Music?’, which is released next week (January 14).

The choice of venue was part of a tribute by the band to the Czech Republic, where they mixed much of their new album.

British Sea Power played:


‘Lights Out For Darker Skies’

‘Down On The Ground’

‘No Lucifer’

‘Canvey Island’

‘Waving Flags’

‘A Trip Out’

‘Remember Me’

‘The Spirit Of St.Louis’

‘True Adventures’


‘A Rock’