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The ACT is urging any cycling retailers affected by technical issues being reported with the 'buy now, pay later' app Klarna to consider whether they may be better served by switching to an...

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ACT staff member releases music with band

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Rebecca, staff member with the ACT has released an EP on the music platform Spotify, with popular local band Thee Derelique.

Some of Thee Derelique

Some of Thee Derelique outside Ian the bass players shop, Brighton Underground

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

The five piece from Brighton have been together for just over a year and have already performed sell out gigs opening for Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols’ band The Professionals, as well as 80’s legends Spear of Destiny.

The band describe their music as New Wave Garage Punk and is comprised of the songs, See the Light, Happy Now and Feeling inside which inspired the EP’s title Don’t make any noise.

Thee Derelique performing

Thee Derelique performing at The Albert, Brighton - photo credit Peter Coventry

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

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