|Single by British Sea Power|
|from the album Do You Like Rock Music?|
|Released||7 January 2008|
|Format||CD, 7" Vinyl, Digital Download|
|Genre|| Post-punk revival |
|Label||Rough Trade Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Martin Noble, Jan Scott Wilkinson, Neil Hamilton Wilkinson, Matthew Wood|
|Producer(s)||BSP & Graham Sutton|
|British Sea Power singles chronology|
"Waving Flags" is the first single to be released from British Sea Power's third studio album Do You Like Rock Music? . It was released on 7 January 2008 (UK) in CD and Vinyl format, as well being available as a digital download. It entered the UK Singles Chart at number 31,and the BBC Radio 1 Independent Label Singles chart at number one. The song was re-released in September 2008 to coincide with their Mercury Music Prize nomination.
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English rock band British Sea Power has released 10 studio albums, 3 soundtrack albums, 6 extended plays, 58 compilation appearances, 27 singles, 12 music videos and 4 miscellaneous
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