THEY'RE a band who have played at London's Czech Embassy, atop the Great Wall of China and in a Cornish slate mine.
And next on their schedule is a gig at Gloucester Guildhall.
Acclaimed six-piece British Sea Power are getting ready to play at the popular venue tomorrow with their brand of indie rock.
Formed in 2000 under the name British Air Powers, the band has seen near universal critical acclaim over the course of their career, going from strength to strength with each album, and developing a cult following along the way.
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Their broad-ranging sound and eclectic fusion of genres has seen them compared to a number of successful indie groups such as The Cure and Arcade Fire.
Their most recent album, Machineries of Joy, was released earlier this year, put together from a collection of six EPs, each debuted at the band's 'Krankenhaus' club nights in their home town of Brighton.
Famed for their live shows, the Mercury Prize nominees have been known to decorate the stage with collected foliage before playing, and their 10ft tall stage bear, Ursine Ultra, has garnered a following of its very own.
Many fans even queue up to have a turn inside the creature. The group started their own festival, Sing Ye From The Hillsides!, in 2008 which took place at the second highest pub in Britain.
With their steadily growing popularity, British Sea Power can count many famous names among their fan base, with David Bowie, Jarvis Cocker and Radiohead all proudly identifying as fans of the group. Admirably, they have not let the success go to their head, still choosing memorable venues and writing quality music.
If you happen to be at the concert then make sure to check out their famous merchandise.
Few other bands can claim to have their own brand of travel sweets and clotted cream fudge.
Tickets to see the band at 7.30pm tomorrow cost £13.50.
Call 01452 503050 or alternatively visit www.gloucester.gov.uk