Before heading on their first tour of 2019, BROADSIDE is holding over fans with two new tracks, “King Of Nothing” and “Empty.” “’King of Nothing’ is a song about wanting to be the best,” states BROADSIDE vocalist Ollie Baxxter. “We chose this life as touring musicians but it can be painfully lonely. We all want to be heard and play to massive crowds while making enough money that our parents won’t worry about our futures. I’m so proud of our accomplishments as a band but some nights, after the show ends and those crowds leave the venue, when you’re in the back seat of a dark van, you feel like you’re not doing enough and those dreams you have become nightmares of what you’ll never achieve. You can be on top of the world and have nothing.” “I was going through a real out of body m
Just before joining the last every Warped Tour with Broadside, BAXXTER. releases a new track called "MEDICATED:ALONE001". Is it going to be part of the album? Let us know what you think of this track. Listen below and don't forget to share it. https://soundcloud.com/baxxter_music/medicatedalone001
It happened. The Voice of London sat down with Ollie and Dorian from Broadside to discuss about Paradise, their first ever festival in the UK and dealing with life after Warped Tour. You just played your last set at Slam Dunk, how was it? Dorian: It was great, fun. I am not entirely sure about what happened, but they put these gates up to the left of our stage to keep people coming and then they locked up? I think we reached capacity or something, but I also saw people waiting outside the gates. Oliver: The energy was good, it was probably our biggest crowd we played to, but then again, it's hard to say. Dorian: Day 1 even was surprising for us. Oliver: Maybe Slam Dunk in general. It was more of a consolidated area. There was definitely 800 people every day, for sure. Dor...
BROADSIDE have released a new video for “Summer Stained,” taken from the bands highly-acclaimed sophomore album Paradise. The heart-tugging clip takes an internal look at the bands relationships as seen through the eyes of their fans. The video also commemorates their life on tour. Watch the music video “Summer Stained.” Asking fans to submit photos of their BROADSIDE memories, vocalist Ollie Baxxter explains, “With the progression of social media and everybody having a camera in their pocket, a lot of moments are captured but unseen. We always meet so many people on tour and being able to relive those encounters again without the fear of ‘I hope I’m more than just a photograph’ was really inspirational. The fact that thousands of photos poured in shows that people really care abou