17th November | Crofters Rights

Sœur are one of the best DIY bands around. The self-releasing outfit are swiftly expanding their following with great velocity as they are becoming ever-more renowned. Saturday marks the release of their second EP, Fight. The gig at a packed Crofters Rights marks a phenomenal year for the outfit.

2018 has seen the trio rack up the festival appearances and support Demob Happy. They have also been received deserved applause from the likes of Steve Lamacq. This sold-out hometown show couldn’t be more deserved.

The title track of Fight has already been released, showcasing their intricate songwriting abilities that culminate with their dynamic grunge-infused sound. This sophomore EP, which follows What Separates Us, comes with enormous anticipation. It’s even a hometown production, produced in Bristol’s Bink Bonk studio by Mat Sampson.

Their touchdown in Bristol comes as they complete an extensive UK tour, with the support from the equally thrilling Twisted Ankle and MISS KILL. Sœur’s magnetism lies in their live performances, in which the dual-fronted powerhouse of Anya and Tina electrifies through storming harmonies, as Jim thumps the rhythm. This show is one that is set to highlight the growth of Sœur, whilst celebrating their magnificent release.

See the video for ‘Fight’ here: