In this new and exciting edition of “Boxtalk with The Boxtones”, the multi-award winning Scottish/Canadian rock band are bringing you a bit more insight. Here, we’ll discuss new music gear such as the Shure MOTIV MV88+ Video Kit (nifty little gadget). Additionally, we’ll share an upcoming film soundtrack from the rock trio Biffy Clyro. Finally, we’ll reveal something you didn’t expect…a new song written by Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose for the new Looney Tunes! Read on and find out what the chat is about!
“OUT OF THE BOX” – TECH TALK
OMG yes! A new technological advancement for us vloggers and on-the-go video makers! Those beautiful people at Shure have recently released a new gadget in their MOTIV series product line: the MV88+ Video Kit! Alongside the digital condenser mic, this handy kit includes a Manfrotto PIXI tripod, phone clamp and mount as well as iOS and USB-C cables. Watch out world…The Boxtones have just upped their video game! For more info on this amazing Shure product, visit their page.
“BOX OFFICE” – NEW MUSIC FILMS
The Boxtones’ favourite Scottish power trio, Biffy Clyro, have teamed up with director Jamie Adams to record a soundtrack for an upcoming film called ‘Balance, Not Symmetry.’ It’s planned to be released sometime in 2019. As we eagerly await this flick, our fingers are crossed for a new album as well. A little bird told us that there will be a potential follow-up to their 2016 album ‘Ellipsis’ in the works. As they say in Scotland, “Cannae wait”!
“MUSIC BOX” – NEW MUSIC VIDEOS
Growing up, every Saturday morning consisted of eating your favourite breakfast cereal and watching cartoons on the tele! One of The Boxtones favourite programs was ‘The Bugs Bunny And Tweety Show’ – showing our age – and then hitting our teens finding a love for ROCK MUSIC from Guns N’ Roses. Now you can have the best of both worlds with this upcoming new song from Axl Rose – his first in over 10 years! Take a listen to the Boomerang Official music video below (and yes, Bugs Bunny plays the guitar – from a duelling banjo player to lead guitarist – makes sense).
In case you missed the last Boxtalk, you can find it here.
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