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Bloxx Announce Autumn UK Tour

BLOXX
RETURN WITH ‘EVERYTHING I’VE EVER LEARNED’
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
FRESH AFTER PREMIERING ON ANNIE MAC ON BBC RADIO 1 
THEIR FIRST MATERIAL SINCE 2020’S LIE OUT LOUD, RELEASED VIA CHESS CLUB RECORDS

“BLOXX are onto a surefire winner” – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ – NME
“It’s time, guys. Bloxx are stepping up to the big leagues ”  – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ – DORK
“Attention grabbing, straight-up bangers” DIY
“Crisp, infectious, totally contagious indie pop songs” CLASH
“Bloxx might be your favourite new band” The Line Of Best Fit

Bloxx have made a surprise return with new single ‘Everything I’ve Ever Learned’, listen here.
‘Everything I’ve Ever Learned’ is the first piece of new material since Bloxx released their debut album Lie Out Loud in August 2020 to critical acclaim. The track premiered with Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 last night, and is produced by Rich Turvey (Blossoms, Oscar Lang). 

The last few years have seen the Uxbridge four piece stake their claim as one of the UK’s leading indie pop outfits, crafting a definitive brand of confessional, relatable anthems that don’t shy away from personal issues – whether that’s LGBTQ+ representation in the scene, relationship breakdowns, or mental health.
‘Everything I’ve Ever Learned’ is arguably the quartet’s biggest song to date, taking Bloxx to soaring new heights. Building on sonic foundations established in Lie Out Loud, the band also bring genius new elements into play, pushing their sound to glorious new territories.

Speaking about ‘Everything I’ve Ever Learned’, Fee Booth said: “The last two years for me have been very difficult, with health scares and anxiety hitting the roof. This song was really important in my journey to stop trying to understand everything, and to just accept the cards you’re dealt and make it work for you. It taught me to keep holding on, even when your grip is loose. The depth of what it means to me as a person is so crazy for just a four minute piece of music. It faces the trials of life, and everything that you wish you’d have been taught before having to face it all brutally, in the real world. It’s basically a self help song, it’s for everyone that needs to hear it. “You should learn to hold on, it’s not the end of the world”

The video for the single offers a further insight into the band’s development – filmed at Uxbridge College where Fee and Taz met and the band was formed, it’s a delightful throwback as the band look forward to a huge 2021. 
‘Everything I’ve Ever Learned’ is out today via Chess Club Records, it is available to stream here

The band will tour the UK this autumn:
OCTOBER

20 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

21 – Academy, Manchester

24 – Stereo, Glasgow

25 – The Mash House, Edinburgh

27 – The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

28 – Thekla, Bristol

30 – The Loft, Southampton

31 – The Bullingdon, Oxford

NOVEMBER

02 – Heaven, London

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Martin Bone - Editor-in-Chief

Martin is a founding member of Patchchord News and is Director & Editor-in-Chief for PCN Magazine / Patchchord News Martin also is a Freelance Photographer and lives in the Scottish Borders Scotland. Martin also specialises in Commercial Photography in Music & Events, Sports and Portrait Photography and Video. Also the Official Photographer for Football Club Maybole Juniors.
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