Post-everything merchants Bossk have dropped a video for their cover of Fleetwood Mac's 'Albatross'. The track is taken from the band's new EP 'Pick Up Artist' which is out now through Deathwish. Expect a new full-length...at some point. CAN'T. WAIT.
Sorely missed but not forgotten Kent post-metallers Bossk have announced they're getting back together, and have laid out some interesting plans for 2012.
In a post on www.bosskonline.com, they've stated that they're set to record a BBC Maida Vale session (including one brand spanking new track) and are set to play two shows this year - one in London and one in Leeds. The full post reads:
"The time has come for the five of us to perform together again.
It has been over 4 years since we last played together and in that time our lives taken different paths and the scene that we were once a part of has changed. The music we wrote together has stood up against bands that have come and gone and the songs still have great significance to us all. This band was always about us five, our songs, the live show and being able to play to new audiences.
In 2012 we will be recording a live BBC Maida Vale session, something that as a band we have never done. We’ll be recording 3 old songs and a brand new track that we’ll be writing especially for the session. Huge thanks to Dan P Carter for his support. This will be available on Eyesofsound Records.
We plan to play 2 shows before the end of 2012, one in London and one in Leeds. We hope you will come and enjoy them with us. What comes after that is uncertain.
We are launching a new website where you can find out all details of the new release and the live shows as we start putting all the pieces together.
Alex, Nick, Rob, Sam, Tom