Broadside (band)
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Broadside Band
Broadside
Background information
OriginRichmond, Virginia, USA
Genres
2010-present
LabelsVictory
MembersOllie Baxxter
Dorian Cooke
Pat Diaz
Dom Reid
Jeff Nichols

Broadside is a pop punk band from Richmond, Virginia.[1] They are signed to Victory Records, and were listed as one of the 100 Artists You Need To Know in 2015 by Alternative Press.[2]

History

Formed in 2010, Broadside have shared the stage with bands such as The Ataris, A Loss for Words, Such Gold, Title Fight, Forever Came Calling, and Polar Bear Club.[3][4][5] In June 2011 the band self-released their 5-song EP "Far From Home," which was then re-recorded in 2012 with 5 additional tracks to become their first full-length album by the same name and put out on independent Japanese record label Ice Grill$ Records.[6][7][8]

In January 2013 the band announced they had recruited Ollie Baxxter as their new lead vocalist.[9] In October they released a music video for the new single "Storyteller",[10][11] followed by a video for their original holiday-themed song "Wish List" in December.[12]

Broadside spent the first half of 2014 touring and playing shows with various artists including Of Fortune and Fame, Old Again, Battleghost.[13][14][15] In October 2014 Broadside contributed a demo version of their song "Avery" in partnership with Hope For The Day and PropertyOfZack to help raise awareness for suicide prevention.[16][17] Later that month they announced via their social media that they had begun recording a new full-length album.

In early 2015 the band used social media to hint at an upcoming announcement. On March 10, it was announced that the band had signed to Victory Records, which was accompanied by pre-orders for their new album Old Bones set for release on May 19, 2015, along with a music video for the new single "Coffee Talk." [2][18][19] In Late September, 2015, founding member Bassist Josh Glupker left for undisclosed reasons.

In the summer of 2016, Broadside toured across the United States as a part of the Vans Warped Tour.

On June 16, 2017, the band released its second studio album, Paradise.[20] On July 8, 2017, the album peaked at the 17th position on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums Chart.[21]

Band members

Past members

  • Bryant Leary - Vocals
  • Joshua Watkins - Guitar
  • John Painter - Guitar
  • Jade Estrellas- Guitar
  • Kyle McConnell - Guitar
  • Josh Glupker - Bass
  • Andrew Dunton- Drums
  • Niles Gregory - Guitar

Discography

Albums

EPs

  • An Instrument Screen (2006)
  • Far From Home (2011)

Singles

  • Storyteller
  • Wish List
  • Avery
  • Coffee Talk
  • Puzzle Pieces
  • Hidden Colors
  • Paradise

Music Videos

  • Storyteller
  • Wish List
  • Coffee Talk
  • Playing in Traffic
  • Come & Go
  • A Light in the Dark
  • Puzzle Pieces
  • Hidden Colors
  • Paradise
  • I Love You, I Love You. It's Disgusting[22]
  • Summer Stained

References

  1. ^ "Broadside - Profile".
  2. ^ a b "Victory Records Welcomes Broadside".
  3. ^ "Broadside Releases Brand New Music Video For "Storyteller"".
  4. ^ "A Loss for Words w/ Such Gold, Lions Lions, Broadside and Incourage".
  5. ^ "Handguns, Forever Came Calling, Broadside Tour".
  6. ^ "Broadside - "Far From Home" EP Out Now".
  7. ^ "BROADSIDE - "Far From Home" CD".
  8. ^ "Premiere: Broadside, "Loose Lips Sink Ships"".
  9. ^ "Broadside Announces New Singer; Releases Acoustic Video".
  10. ^ "Broadside release "Storyteller" music video".
  11. ^ "Broadside, "Storyteller"".
  12. ^ "Broadside release music video for Christmas song Wish List".
  13. ^ "Broadside, Of Fortune & Fame May Tour".
  14. ^ "Conditions, Broadside, Battleghost, The Concussion Theory and Inquiry".
  15. ^ "BROADSIDE Announces Spring 2014 Tour with OLD AGAIN".
  16. ^ "PropertyOfZack, Hope For The Day Present: A Comp For Suicide Prevention".
  17. ^ "Broadside".
  18. ^ "Pop-Punk Band BROADSIDE Debut Music Video for 'Coffee Talk'".
  19. ^ "Victory Records Signs Pop Punk Quintet Broadside".
  20. ^ Biddulph, Andy (June 8, 2017). "Broadside - 'Paradise'". Rock Sound. Archived from the original on July 21, 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  21. ^ "Broadside Paradise Chart History".
  22. ^ Victory Records (21 September 2017). "Broadside - I Love You, I Love you. It's Disgusting" – via YouTube.

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