BLOXX are storming back into your life with brand new single ‘Monday’. It’s taken from their upcoming debut EP ‘Headspace’ which is promised next year on Chess Club Records.
No one bottles teenage-angst like Uxbridge four-piece Bloxx. Their highly contagious string of singles released over the last year (including the Annie Mac championed ‘Novocain’) has set a high bar for what needs to come from a band in 2018 – unapologetic indie pop rock that’s as distinctive as it is infectious and fast becoming instantly recognisable as they continue to impress.
Bloxx have spent most of the summer on the road playing a run of UK festivals to bigger and bigger crowds as word of their terrific live show spreads further and further. They’ve played slots at Latitude, Truck and most recently an insanely packed out tent at Reading and Leeds, whilst still finding time to record some new music that is finally ready.
‘Monday’ is their next offering, taken from debut EP being released next year. Released on Chess Club today, it’s yet another ferocious slice of thrashing indie pop rock that once again elevates Bloxx to another level as they continue to prove themselves as a serious force to be reckoned with.
But with one eye always on the next time they can hit the road, Bloxx are already looking ahead to their hotly anticipated October tour of the UK – a chance to try out all the tricks learnt on festival stages this summer, and also to play some of the new music in the live arena. They’ll kick things off in Norwich on the 28th October and play 20 non-stop shows before reaching London on the 22nd November. Full dates are below.
28/10 The Waterfront, Norwich
29/10 The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
30/10 Underground, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
01/11 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
03/11 The Chapel, Leeds
04/11 Polar Bear, Hull
05/11 The Leadmill, Sheffield
07/11 Night People, Manchester
08/11 Sound Basement, Liverpool
09/11 The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
11/11 The Bodega, Nottingham
13/11 Le Pub, Newport
14/11 The Louisiana, Bristol
15/11 The Underground, Plymouth
17/11 Heartbreakers, Southampton
18/11 Komedia, Brighton
20/11 The Cellar, Oxford
21/11 The Boileroom, Guilford
22/11 Borderline, London
23/11 BlackmarketVIP, Hastings