Boxed In Shares ‘False Alarm’ Video, New Single Out 7th August

Boxed In Shares ‘False Alarm’ Video, New Single Out 7th August

BOXED I New Single ‘False Alarm’ Out 7th August

Debut Album ‘Boxed In‘ Out Now

Rough Trade & Huw Stephens’ ‘Album of the Week’

Includes BBC 6Music A-List Single ‘Mystery

StunningSunday Times Culture

The Debut Album From Boxed In Will Enhance Your LifeNME
Brilliant electro pop, great to dance to and sing along toQ

Slowly but surely heating up nearly everything he’s come into contact withThe Line Of Best Fit

Grooving soul-popThe Independent

Finding common ground between the motorik rhythms of Can, Cluster & Neu! and house producers like Theo ParishMixmag

Boxed In…equal parts Neu!, New Order and indie-danceThe Times
Nifty new-wave groovesUncut
Boxed In captures the euphoria and bitterness of James Murphy’s creation whilst bringing something very distinctively “Boxed In” to the foreUnder The Radar Magazine
Boxed In seems to have a knack of turning everything he touches into gold The 405

Watch The New Video Here

Following the release of Boxed In’s critically acclaimed self-titled debut album (out now on Nettwerk Records), London’s Boxed In has announced new single ‘False Alarm’ will be released 7th August. Watch the brand new video, which premiered on Stereogum, here.


‘False Alarm’ is addictive, unsettling and beautiful and follows previous singles ‘All Your Love Is Gone’ and ‘Mystery’, which was on the A List at BBC 6Music as well as being Huw Stephens’ ‘Single Of The Week’. Boxed In also has recently

featured on George Fitzgerald’s hit-single ‘Full Circle’.

Having made a name for himself as a producer and songwriter, Oli has now also proven himself as a live performer after a sold-out UK tour, eight shows at Austin’s SXSW festival plus support dates with TV On The Radio and Django Django. Live, Oli is joined by drummer Liam Hutton, multi-instrumentalist Jack Benfield and former Keith band mate Mark Nicholls on bass. The band have already toured Europe and the UK and will take in a host of festival dates this summer.


July 17th – Beatherder Festival

July 18th – Latitude Festival

July 21st – Seattle, Barboza

July 24th –  San Francisco, Popscene

July 25th – LA, Annenberg Space for Photography’s w/ TV ON THE RADIO

July 27th – Chicago, Empty Bottle

July 29th – NYC,  Mercury Lounge

July 30th – NYC, Baby’s All Right

1 August – Hebden Bridge, Trades Club

August 2nd – Kendal Calling

August 7th Field View Festival

August 23rd – Greenman Festival

September 11th – Bestival Festival

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