The Boxer Rebellion – and a song of fascination

RESURGENT four-piece THE BOXER REBELLION present another, trademark, emotive cut, ‘A Man As Alive As The City,’ as their new ‘Open Arms’ EP looms into view.

“The song is a feeling more than anything,” said singer and songwriter, Nathan Nicholson. “It’s about restlessness and change. I find it hard a lot of times to unwind, like I have electricity in my veins, constantly overthinking and moving like a city that never sleeps.”

The union of the four Boxer Rebellion members, Adam Harrison (bass guitar), Piers Hewitt (drums), Andrew Smith (lead guitar) and Nicholson, gave their followers belief in the DIY dream, releasing no fewer than six albums – five on their own label – after turning their back on a conventional music industry in turmoil.
The Boxer Rebellion will update their story following the release of February’s EP, with the promise of further new music and a number of live appearances.

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