Italian psych-garage heroes Bee Bee Sea return with new single ‘Time and Time‘ and a full UK Tour in the Spring.

‘Time and Time’ is an introspective song about the inescapable passing of time. Cynical and nostalgic, yet powerful, the track is loosely inspired by Richard Hell and the Voidoids’ song ‘Time’, from which the verse “only time can write a song that’s really real” is taken.

Musically, ‘Time and Time’ represents something of a departure from the sound of their latest record, 2020’s ‘Day Ripper’, falling somewhere between Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Stooges and enhanced by the addition of the electric piano played by Marco Giudici, who also produced the track.


Bee Bee Sea have already confirmed live dates in Spain and Italy, and they will return to the UK in May for a string of dates, which will include a London headline show at the Shacklwell Arms and an appearance at Manchester’s Meltchester Festival.

Fri 21 Apr – Zō Centro Culture Contemporanee – Catania, Italy

Sat 22 Apr – PunkFunk – Palermo, Italy

Mon 24 Apr – Blah Blah – Torino, Italy

Sat 29 Apr – Desemboca Rock’n’Roll Festival – Platja d’Aro, Spain

Sat 13 May – The Shacklewell Arms, London, UK * – TICKETS

Mon 15 May – The Louisiana, Bristol, UK * – TICKETS

Wed 17 May – The Tin Music and Arts, Coventry, UK * – TICKETS

Thu 18 May – The King’s Loft, Portsmouth, UK * TICKETS

Fri 19 May – The Cavern, Exeter, UK * – TICKETS

Sat 20 May – Meltchester Festival, Manchester, UK – TICKETS

Fri 26 May – Adescite Fest – Genova, Italy

Sat 27 May – MiAmi Festival – Milano, Italy

Fri 02 Jun – Solidar Rock – Cassano D’Adda, Italy

Sat 03 Jun – Fermento in Villa – Bologna, Italy

Fri 16 Jun – Low-L – Guardamiglio (LO), Italy

Fri 14 Jul – Punk Rock Raduno – Bergamo, Italy

* with Dez Dare

Originally from Castel Goffredo in Lombardy, Italy,  Bee Bee Sea – Wilson Wilson on guitar and vocals, Giacomo Parisio on bass, and Andrea Onofrio on drums – formed in 2013 and have since released three albums: the self-titled debut in 2015, ‘Sonic Boomerang’ in 2017 and ‘Day Ripper’ in 2020. They have been consistently touring in Europe, the UK and the US, supporting the likes of Thee Oh Sees, Black Lips and Idles.

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