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Brighton four-piece Egyptian Blue wear their influences on their sleeve. Citing inspirations like Frank Zappa and the Birthday Party, their blend of psychedelic post-punk suddenly makes a lot more sense. It’s catchy as fuck, too, as shown here by last year’s single, Cut Me a Hole.

You can see the band as part of the Shacklewell Arms’ Easter All-Dayer on March 31, alongside Vinyl Staircase and PP favourites GayGirl. And did I mention it’s free entry? It’s what 4-day weekends were made for…

 

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