BOY JUMPS SHIP - Live In Newcastle

BOY JUMPS SHIP mark their comeback with Hometown headliner

‘maturity beyond their years, enigmatic sound-bites nestled between soaring refrains that wouldn’t disgrace Biffy Clyro.’
 - Kerrang! Magazine.

Hailing from the North-East of England, working class lads, BOY JUMPS SHIP have gained a reputation for their energetic, passionate and exuberant live performances up and down the country and around Europe. Touring with the likes of Fatherson, Young Guns, Arcane Roots, Patent Pending, The Xcerts, Don Broco, Twin Atlantic and We Are The Ocean to name a few, audiences found themselves instantly connecting with their unavoidably addictive, massive melodic choruses and heavy-hitting riffs.

After a short hiatus, the band are now back in the studio working with critically acclaimed producer Jason Perry and are more excited than ever to release some new music.

The bands previous effort ‘Wake Up’ was a huge success, with the leading single ‘Burn’ receiving an exclusive premiere from Radio 1’s Dan P Carter and plays from Huw Stephens, before going on to be ‘Kerrang! Radio Single of the Week’. The song was also placed on some great sporting Spotify playlists. The video for Burn was lauded by Kerrang!, Team Rock, Scuzz and MTV rocks as well receiving a VEVO placement.

Gaining valuable knowledge and experience from their debut effort and time away from touring, the band have worked tirelessly to hone their craft and have now joined forces with Grammy award winning song writer and producer Jason Perry to pen this release. The band feel that this latest recording has captured their live, energetic sound better than ever and theres more to come.

“We were more excited than ever to hit the studio this time around, we feel that the experience of writing and touring ‘Wake Up’ helped us grow so much as a band and shaped the direction we wanted to take. A little time away was exactly what we needed to hone our sound” Says front man Si Todd.

“Working with people like Jason and the team really helped us get different perspectives on things and it’s always nice for people outside of the bubble of the band to offer an insight or opinion.’ Continues Si. “We definitely feel like we wanted to capture the more musical sound of our band and really show what we can do. We can’t wait for people to hear these songs and to get back out on the road again.”

📍 THE HEAD OF STEAM, Newcastle

📅 FRI DEC 17 2021