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Broadside Have Us Feeling “Bleu” In Soul-Stirring New Single

Reminiscent of their 2017 hit “Summer Stained,” Broadside has delivered a gut-punch, soul-stirring new single, “Bleu.” The new single shares its namesake’s sentiments with the band’s forthcoming full-length album Hotel Bleu, which will arrive via SharpTone Records on November 10. The heart-rendering track found its inspiration in the personal journey of vocalist Oliver Baxxter and his fiancé, who received the life-altering and devastating news of her breast cancer diagnosis. Baxxter’s deliberate croons, each word charged with the heartfelt anguish the two felt after receiving her diagnosis, are highlighted against a gentle acoustic guitar, only further elevating the emotional depth of… Read more »


Broadside Collab On “Lucid” With Honey Revenge’s Devin Papadol

Broadside is officially back in action! After dropping their latest hit “Bang,” featuring Magnolia Park’s Joshua Roberts, Broadside is infusing their lush sound alongside Honey Revenge‘s Devin Papadol on their collaborative track, “Lucid.” Their latest offering, as well as their previous releases “Bang” and “Cruel,” will appear on their forthcoming full-length album, Hotel Bleu, set to release through SharpTone Records on November 10. As the song kicks in, “Lucid” intricately weaves together ethereal, breathy vocals courtesy of frontman Oliver Baxxter and a kaleidoscope of neon-hued synthesizer melodies that glide atop an upbeat, pulsating beat. The delicate interplay between Baxxter’s vocals,… Read more »


Broadside Taps Magnolia Park’s Josh Roberts For “Bang”

Marking their triumphant return in 2023, Broadside unveils their latest single, a collaboration that sparks with the magnetic energy of Josh Roberts from Magnolia Park. Together, they ignite an explosive synergy that resonates through every electrifying note. This unexpected alliance injects the track, aptly titled “Bang,” with an invigorating essence that ensnares listeners in its allure from the very first chord. “Bang” resonates with a fusion of melodic pop-punk and powerful vocals, showcasing both Broadside‘s and Josh Roberts’ exceptional talents. The dynamic interplay between Broadside‘s anthemic sound, fronted by vocalist Oliver Baxxter, and the distinct vocal style brought by Roberts,… Read more »


This Wild Life Release Nostalgic Video For “I Miss You”

This Wild Life is giving fans their take on blink-182’s iconic ballad, “I Miss You.” The cover, featuring Oliver Baxxter of Broadside, is on the duo’s dynamic new release, Never Fade. And today, they are sharing their nostalgic music video for the track.  Reminiscent of blink-182’s original music video, This Wild Life’s version is set in a darkly-lit house decorated with candles, velvet curtains, and a grand chandelier hanging above. The visualizer focuses on the bandmates’ performances as they pay homage to the song’s emotional lyrics. When Baxxter joins in during the second verse, these emotions are even more palpable.… Read more »


This Wild Life Drops Two Collaborative Singles From Forthcoming Album

This Wild Life has gifted their fans with an exciting announcement and a delightful sneak peek into their upcoming fifth studio album, Never Fade, slated for release on June 23. In anticipation of the album drop, the acoustic rock duo has graciously shared two enchanting tracks, “No More Waiting” and “How’d You Forget Us?”, giving us a glimpse into the musical journey that awaits. Never Fade is a remarkable testament to the power of friendship and collaboration across the 8-track self-produced album. This remarkable lineup of collaborators includes the likes of Ryan Key (Yellowcard), Oliver Baxxter (Broadside), Aaron Marsh (Copeland),… Read more »

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