We hope you enjoy it, let us know what you think!
Wahey, it’s finished!! New track from us, a bit of an acoustic dance / Craig David vibe (ok maybe in one section slightly). Very upbeat, summery, makes-you-want-to-go-on-holiday feel to this one. Also features a delicious creamy guitar solo!
This was the first of a handful of new tracks (you haven’t heard yet) that we deliberately wrote in a standard “pop” structure to see what we could do with it.
Please, feast your eyes and ears on our latest creation – also check out the 3-word chorus – feel free to sing along & let us know what you think.
New performance video and our first upload of 2017
This is our track “Wouldn’t Want To Be” and it is actually the first track we ever wrote as Boxtape. We’re still now working on / defining our style, trying to get our heads around meshing riffy distorted guitar with folky acoustic.
This is where it all started and actually we don’t think it holds up too badly. What do you reckon?
We really hope you enjoy it!
P.S look out for the fancy new camera angle
Better late than never but we just wanted to say a big thank you to Overhead Wires Music, Andy Voakes, Sam the sound man, Bear Bozeman, Romarni Brytz and everyone who was at The Brunswick last night. We had an awesome time playing for you and we really hope you enjoyed our set!
We’ll be back down in Brighton in a few weeks time, but firstly we’re off to Maidenhead!
Check out some pics below 🙂
The first of (hopefully) many for our first YouTube series. This time it’s of our new track “Power Of The Page”, a rather thoughtful piece about how sometimes knowledge can be perceived as a bad thing. If you like moody, reverb drenched brooding music check it out! Also if you like cats, then definitely check it out
Please share around, comment, tell us what you think, it all really helps.
Thank you x
This autumn are you looking to drink craft cider while sitting in a cosy rustic pub / bar while listening to some fantastic acoustic music?
Then you’re in luck as we’ve just updated our page with a healthy amount of gigs for the Autumn season, all taking place in establishments just like that!
You can find a very brief rundown below –
Oct 30th – The Brunswick, Brighton
Nov 11th – The Anchor, Maidenhead
Nov 27th – The Anchor Hotel, Horsham
Dec 3rd – Maxims Bar, Eastbourne
Dec 17th – The Shelley Arms, Horsham
Most of these are free entry and we’ll be giving out free stickers and chats at every show 🙂
We’d love to see you.
Massive thanks to everyone at Red Roar Festival last night we had an awesome time! To everyone who signed up to our mailing list / said nice things to us, you’re magnificent x
Kudos to Interstellar Noise Drive, Teal & Fern for making the perfect quirky BBQ outside stage come to life.
Finally special thanks also to Abigail who was running the stage, sorting bands and doing sound, it was a pleasure to work with you 🙂
We’re delighted to announce we’re playing this mammoth event Red Roar festival on Sept 6th in Gravesend. It runs for two weeks spanning every genre you could think of and our night is appropriately called “Top Time Tuesday”. It’s for fans of indie noise, lofi acoustic and a bit more of a chilled atmosphere.
Full list of bands here – Adrian Hopkins, Boxtape, Diesel Drums, Dul Fin Wah, Facade, Fern, Glass Houses, Ink Siblings, Interstellar Noise Drive, Kinky Downs, Mitch Emery, No Limit Street Band, Port Royal, Shadow of Doubt, South At Zero, Stereo Drones, Swampstomper, Sweet Revenge, Teal, The Drainz
Tickets are just £4 for 20? bands, and you can buy them here – https://www.wegottickets.com/redroarfestival you can also grab them direct from us for a little cheaper so please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send them out to you 🙂
We’ve a new song finished too, so expect to hear that in our set!
It’s the morning after the night before (well a couple of mornings actually) and we had a blast at Beats From The Bedsit! Thanks go out to The Greys Pub and Paul Stapleton for putting on an excellent event. We felt that it went pretty well, so much so in fact we played TWICE due to a band dropping out.
Also thanks to everyone who said nice words and cheered after our songs, as well as the guys who signed up to the mailing list, cheers!
We had a fancy photographer (Simon Brice) document the event, so expect some sexy photos of us and guitars very soon!