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With its fourth studio album, The Boxer Rebellion pushes the boundaries of sublime guitar-driven alt-rock, brightening the album’s textures with radiant synth lines, a future-primitive bash of ’80s backbeats, and unexpected melodies. On “Take Me Back,” singer Nathan Nicholson confidently switches between his subdued croon and a soaring falsetto, and he gives spirited, emotional performances on forceful singles like “Diamonds” and the strident piano-based rocker “Keep Moving.”

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I love the song Keep Moving because it sounds more like a person singing it and not a robot. Good Work! Your getting there :)

Soaring!

The first song, Diamonds, is why I immediately bought this album today. It's a driving, rhythmic tune with absolutely beautiful, atmospheric guitar washes. The vocals are simple and heartfelt. As a matter of fact the whole album is gorgeous and Nathan Nicholson's falsetto is tremendous. If you like U2, The Smiths, New Order, The Cure, and anthemic tunes you may just like The Boxer Rebellion.

Great 4th Album

Since I heard "Evacuate" for the first time, I've really enjoyed these guys. The last album was good, but I didn't think as good as Exits or especially Union. This album does more for me, and I'm really enjoying it.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Boxer Rebellion's moody clatter drew from a cross-section of acts including the Verve, Radiohead, and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. They weren't to be confused with the late 19th century uprising in China, or even the Philadelphia punk revivalists who shared their name. Based in London, the quartet started around 2002 when visiting American student Nathan Nicholson met guitarist Todd Howe, who was originally from Australia. The two soon hooked up with Englishmen Piers Hewitt (drums) and Adam Harrison...
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