A psychedelic punk brew from Brighton...
Egyptian Blue

Egyptian Blue found one another in Colchester, a bunch of kids who wanted to create something different.

Relocating to Brighton, the four-piece plugged themselves into the south coast scene, a network of musicians, labels, and DIY promoters.

Expanding their psych-punk sound into feral new realms, the band even share a house together so they can work at any time of the day.

Intensely creative, Egyptian Blue return with new single 'Cut Me A Hole' and it's a powerful new offering, all feral guitars and lysergic effects.

Clash is able to premiere the visuals, and it's a neat reminder of just how individual bands on the south coast can be.

Tune in now.

Catch Egyptian Blue supporting Phobophobes at Brighton venue Sticky Mike's on November 11th.

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