Review of Suzie Single by Boy Kill Boy

Boy Kill Boy
Single Review

Boy Kill Boy Suzie Single

Things are fitting together like a movie plot for the lashing East London quartet of Boy Kill Boy. They have timed the release of their most complete single to coincide perfectly with a prominent slot on the NME New Bands Tour. 'Suzie' has a slight serenading sound, akin to Hard-Fi after they have been marooned on a dense island for a fortnight, with nothing but Embrace CDs for their musical salvation. Singer, Chris Peck throws his stammering voice to display a dark edge to the lyrics, as feelings of desperation and gloomy self deprecation are flung out like washing on a Monday morning. This dizzy sounding indie outfit are pouring more salt on the appetisers that are leading up to the main course of their looming debut album.

David Adair

Check out Boy Kill Boy live;

29/04/06 Trafalgar Square (Rock Against Racism) London
08/05/06 Wulfrun Hall (NME) Wolverhampton
07/05/06 University (NME) Cardiff
06/05/06 University (NME) Bristol
10/05/06 QMU (NME) Glasgow
11/05/06 University (NME) Middlesbrough
12/05/06 University (NME) Manchester
14/05/06 Pyramid (NME) Portsmouth
15/05/06 University (NME) Leicester
16/05/06 Junction (NME) Cambridge
18/05/06 Waterfront (NME) Norwich
19/05/06 Leadmill Sheffield
20/05/06 Carling Academy (NME) Liverpool
21/05/06 Millennium Square(with Hard-Fi & Graham Coxon) Leeds
23/05/06 Brookes University (NME) Oxford
24/05/06 Electric Ballroom (NME) London
26/05/06 Centre (with Hard-Fi & Graham Coxon) Brighton

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