A Thee Oh Sees Appreciation Thread


#181

#182

Pre-EOTR Brighton and Cambridge dates in July


#183

It was good, riling material which I enjoyed more than the music itself. Quite good.


#184

Didn’t appreciate their line up had changed since I last saw them (though that was in 2013 or so…) and I haven’t listened to much of their stuff on record tbh.

The double drummer was a nice surprise but yeah, gotta say I did miss the female backing vocals and yer man Dammit was a great bassist.


#185

Brigid still features on the records a bit which is good.


#186

Ah, cool! Seeing as I have barely listened to them since Floating Coffin I have a lot to catch up on given how bloody prolific they are.


#187

Leeds date added now too - 11 July.


#188

I’d recommend Mutilator Defeated At Last and A Weird Exits as the most essential


#189


#190

Id put Orc up there with them two aswell.


#191

Very tempted by Cambridge, couple of hours drive from home in Southend On Sea, on a Friday, sick day from work etc etc…my Oh Sees fever needs feeding man.


#192

Bristol - Yay…Academy…Boo


#193

Never been but have only heard bad things about it. Does it have any redeeming features that would justify 2 hours of driving each way?


#194

There Oh Sees…erm…

Where you driving from?


#195

Ah, just seen that the Bristol show is in September (not July with the other ones). I’ll be seeing them at end of the rd anyway. Hopefully something accessible to reading will be added to the July dates. Looks to be a lot of spare space in the schedule around the current dates for a decent uk tour


#196

They played Clwb in Cardiff before so hopefully they’ll play Cardiff again. Otherwise it’ll be a trip to the Academy.


#197

Playing Margate Winter Gardens on the Friday night of EOTR! I mean, I’ll see them at the festival, but to miss them playing Thanet is gutting.


#198

What does he have against Scotland?


#199

#200

Didn’t see this. Good lad Jon.