British sea power - loving animals

Career: British Sea Power's debut album, The Decline of British Sea Power, was released in 2003. The album spawned the band's first Top 40 single, 'Carrion'. The band's success and popularity grew steadily and they eventually sold over 60,000 copies in the two years following its release. The band's second album, Open Season came out in 2005 and became a critical success as well as a commercial triumph, reaching number 13 in the UK album chart. The first single from the album, 'It Ended On An Oily Stage' previewed the album by reaching number 18 in the singles chart. In 2006, Eamon left the band to concentrate on his other outfit, Brakes. The band's third album was entitled 'Do You Like Rock Music?' and was released in January 2008. On 18th May, 2009, British Sea Power released 'Man of Aran' - a soundtrack album for the film of the same name. Their next studio album came in the form of 'Valhalla Dancehall'. The album was released on 13th October 2010, and received positive reviews. In February, 2013, the band released the title track for their upcoming album 'Machineries of Joy'. The album itself was later released on 1st April, 2013, to middling reviews. 'From The Sea to the Land Beyond: Britain's Coast on Film' was released on 13th June, 2012. The film was a documentary using music from British Sea Power throughout. The film was released on DVD with an accompanying soundtrack album in December 2013.

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