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A photo of the band Youth Sector, an alt/indie rock band made up of five men from Brighton. They are all white, wearing orange shirts with disco collars, black suits with dashed tailoring lines on the outside. The lead singer stands at the front with his hands over his chest, fingers interlocked. Behind him the other four members stand, two either side, with their hands framing their faces at the top and bottom.
Wasserman Music presents

Youth Sector

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to cancel Youth Sector's appearance at The Coro this October. All ticket-holders have been contacted and refunded.

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Brighton-based Youth Sector’s music is a coiled spring of urgency and unpredictable energy; while lyrically offering a sense of catharsis for the confusion of modern adult life.

Taking influence from art school greats DEVO and Talking Heads, the Brighton 5 piece never revel in bleakness, managing to twist everyday narratives into music that is quite the opposite being upbeat, full of energy and with irresistible choruses you can’t help but sing along with.

Released via Leeds label Dance To The Radio their latest EP ‘Quarrels’ effortlessly juxtaposed a dark reflection of modern British life with undeniably catchy choruses and manic enthusiasm, with the band being championed by the likes BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, Clash, Dork, Line of Best Fit, Gigwise, DIY and Radio X.

A hugely entertaining live act Youth Sector have played shows and toured with Goat Girl, Darwin Deez, Cheap Teeth, Our Girl, Courting and Walt Disco as well as picking up a bunch of festivals in the UK and EU over the last year.

Watch the official music video for 'The Ball'

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