Surf Rock band’s Brighton concert moves to different location

Posted On 18 Jul 2019 at 7:58 pm

Say Sue Me

Cited as one of 2018’s ‘break-out bands’, Say Sue Me are a Surf Rock inspired indie band from Busan, South Korea. Members consist of Byungkyu Kim on lead guitar, Sumi Choi on vocals and rhythm guitar, Jaeyoung Ha on Bass and Sungwan Lim on drums.

Releasing their first albumWe’ve Sobered Up in 2014, and EP Big Summer Night’ in 2015, on Korean label Electric Muse, UK label Damnably Records released a self-titled compilation that paired their first record and EP in 2017, marking the band’s first release outside of Korea, which served as their introduction to International audiences.

Say Sue Me

The band released their sophomore album Where We Were Together in 2018, which won widespread praise from the likes of Pitchfork, Paste Magazine, NPR, Billboard, i-D, The Independent, Stereogum, MTV, Uproxx, Fader, Drowned in Sound, DIY, The 405 and more. Lauren Laverne, Tom Ravenscroft, Gideon Coe and Don Letts have championed the band as well as Elton John on Beats1 and KEXP.

The band have embarked on tours across Europe and Japan and appeared as part of the line up at the first DMZ Peace Train Music Festival in Korea’s Demilitarized Zone. They count Yo La Tengo, Japanese Breakfast, Snail Mail, The Raveonettes, Speedy Ortiz, The Beths, and The Notwist as fans.

In 2019, Say Sue Me were nominated for 5 Korean Music Awards (and winning 2), making them the second most nominated act of the year just behind almighty K-Pop idols BTS.

2019 also sees them embarking on a 19-date UK & Europe tour with appearances at OOTC festival in Luxembourg, Les Eurockéennes dès Belfort, Green Man Festival and now at The Prince Albert at Trafalgar Street, Brighton (and NOT at The Latest Music Bar 14 – 17 Manchester Street, Brighton) on Monday 23rd September. Purchase your tickets HERE.

Watch them HERE and HERE.

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Say Sue Me will now be appearing at The Prince Albert and NOT The Latest Music Bar

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