The Boxer Rebellion To Host Two Nights At London's Scala
The Boxer Rebellion are in the big smoke at the gorgeous Kings Cross venue Scala this week, but not just for one night... the band have far too many good albums for one show so they’re giving us London folk two special evenings with them.
This week on Tuesday 7th October and Wednesday 8th October, The Boxer Rebellion will be sharing their four successful albums throughout both dates. After their first successful single “Watermelon” which was featured on their first album in 2005 Exits, the band instantly grabbed people’s attention on both sides of the water with its' heavy approach to Indie Music.
With two members of the band originating from Tennessee, Nathan Nicholson (Vocals, Keyboard, Guitar), Andrew Smith (Guitar) and the remaining band members being Englishmen, Adam Harrison (Bass Guitar) and Piers Hewitt (Drums) it’s no wonder why they're internationally successful.
This Tuesday the band will be opening the doors performing the songs from the successful earlier albums “Exits” (2005) and “Union” (2009). On Wednesday they'll perform tracks from the later albums “The Cold Still” (2011) and “Promises” (2013).
The band have enjoyed some big successes as all four albums have received huge credit with great tracks such as “Spitting Fire” from the 2009 album Union being on the soundtrack for Hollywood movie Going the Distance.
The two nights at Scala promise to be exciting showcases of the bands career and we're very much looking forward to seeing them in all their glory. If you're heading down there maybe we'll see you, if not, why not... follow the link to sort your tickets now!
Click here for tickets to the shows. Written by Hannah West