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Triptych VII: Suep, Sad Dads, Fruity Water

18 January @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Triptych VII Brighton


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Triptych VII Brighton

Triptych VII live in Brighton at The Hope & Ruin on 18th January 2024!
Get tickets above with only a 50p booking fee until 6:00pm day of the show, or from SeeTickets.

Set time:

Fruity Water: 8:20

Sad Dads: 9:10

SUEP: 10:00

Triptych features SUEP, School Disco, Milo Korbenski, Sad Dads, Fruity Water, Route 500, The Roebucks, Melt Plastic Group & Guiseberg.

Triptych VII returns to Brighton this January from 18th-20th January 2024 at The Hope & Ruin, Brighton. Triptych consists of three nights each featuring three of our favourite Brighton-based bands and each accompanied by a lathe-cut vinyl release, one for each night, limited to a mere 15 copies each or 45 across all three releases.

SUEP: London-based ‘indie-supergroup’ SUEP announce their long-awaited debut mini-album Shop, a collection of six oddball, car-boot-sale pop songs with a sprinkling of theatrical storytelling.  Led by Georgie Stott (of Porridge Radio, Garden Centre) and Josh Harvey,  SUEP was born out of a near-decade of playing in sheds and barns with like-minded personnel, holding a mutual love for Paul McCartney, Jona Lewie, the B-52s, Devo and other performative freaks enjoying themselves.

Sad Dads: “There was banter between the guys as in a mock phone call. It wasn’t doing it for me and don’t mention “Pilot Simulator”. Why don’t they just stick to the Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers sound achieved for tune two and drop the twaddle? The third number’s vocals were delivered like Mark E Smith as if he was in a country band…nope not for me!” – Nick Linazasoro, Brighton and Hove News

Fruity Water: Fruity Water are a two-piece electronic indie duo from Brighton featuring Adam Bell and Alan Odgers. The two formed Fruity Water as a DIY side project to the band Octopuses and were surprised when their singles to debut album Thirst Takes received considerable play on BBC 6Music. After releasing their 2nd album in the height of lockdown, the group are back on the Brighton scene, regularly playing at their local Rossi Bar dance night Midnight Salad.

The venue is only accessible via a flight of stairs however they can offer access via a back door at street level to the venue if mobility is an issue or you use a wheelchair. There are 3 large steps via this route so assistance to gain access and to exit the venue would be required. We can arrange this if you contact us in advance of a show. Please bear in mind that they can only allow access in between bands due to sound issues. Two disabled toilets upstairs, both gender neutral. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. They can provide chairs in the venue although if the event is very busy this will impede visibility. If you wish to make use of a chair to view a gig, we advise arriving early to secure a position. They are happy to accommodate assistance dogs.

Triptych VII Brighton

Triptych VII Brighton



18 January
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Hope and Ruin
9-12 Queens Road
Brighton, BN1 3WA
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