Bloxx share new single ‘Novocain’, tour with Pale Waves & The Wombats

Uxbridge quartet Bloxx have just releases their new single Novocain. Slightly poppier than previous singles Coke and Your Boyfriend, the single is available via Chess Club Records as of now. Listen below.

2017 was an exciting year for Bloxx. After releasing their debut double A-Side You / Your Boyfriend on Chess Club, they’ve amassed well over a million streams on Spotify. Follow-up double A-Side Coke / Curtains gained support from Annie Mac (BBC 1) and gained the band support slots for Sundara Karma and INHEAVEN.

This spring, Bloxx will support Manchester buzz band Pale Waves as well as The Wombats on their respective UK dates. All dates can be found below.

Bloxx — Novocain

Tour dates:

With Pale Waves:
19/02 Tunbridge Wells Forum, Cranbrook
20/02 The Boileroom, Guildford
22/02 Storey’s Field Centre, Cambridge
23/02 Westgarth, Middlesborough
24/02 Studio 2, Liverpool
26/02 The Cellar, Oxford
27/02 The Cookie, Leicester
28/02 The Chapel, Leeds
01/03 Sugarmill, Stoke-On-Trent
02/03 O2 Academy, Birmingham
04/03 King Tut’s, Glasgow
05/04 Leadmill, Sheffield
06/04 The Gorilla, Manchester
07/04 The Garage, London
08/04 Thekla, Bristol
With The Wombats:
09/03 Sheffield Academy, Sheffield
10/03 Coventry Empire, Coventry
11/03 Manchester Academy, Manchester
13/03 Belfast Limelight, Belfast
14/03 Dublin Academy, Dublin
16/03 Great Hall, Cardiff
17/03 02 Academy, Sheffield
19/03 Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen
20/03 02 Academy 1, Newcastle
21/03 Rock City, Nottingham
23/03 02 Institute 1, Birmingham
24/03 Manchester Academy, Manchester
25/03 UEA, The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich
27/03 Alexandra Palace, London
28/03 02 Academy, Bristol
29/03 02 Guildhall, Southampton
Summer touring:
05/05 Live At Leeds, Leeds
06/05 Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool
07/05 Louisiana, Bristol
08/05 The Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
09/05 The Cookie, Leicester
10/05 Camden Assembly, London
11/05 Castle And Falcon, Birmingham
12/05 Jimmy’s, Manchester

Originally published at Indie is not a genre.