The Coffs Coast Advocate

Indie band to rock February

ONE of Australia's biggest indie rock bands, British India, is coming to Coffs Harbour next month to promote their new single 'God Is Dead'.

British India exploded on to the Australian pop scene in July 2007 with their debut album, Guillotine, and followed just 12 months later with their second album, Thieves.

Guillotine picked up the gong for best independent release at the 2007 AIR AWARDS and Thieves was nominated for best independent release at the 2008 ARIA Awards.

British India's new video single God Is Dead will be released on February 9.

 • Catch British India in Coffs Harbour on Saturday, February 14, along with local support Nine Sons of Dan, at the Hoey Moey. Doors open at 8pm.

Tickets are $23 pre-sold and are available from the Hoey Moey, Ocean Parade, Park Beach; Coopers Surf Australia, Palms Shopping; Park Beach Music, Park Beach Plaza; and online at www.offbeatoperations.com.au.



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