Newcastle three piece Alternative rockers, ‘Bosola’ court existential dread and loss of faith as they return with dark new single ‘Me on a Good Day’ as they announce new EP ‘Thomas & Judas’ ready to debut in Formula Indie the 29th December

Newcastle three piece Alternative rockers, ‘Bosola’ court existential dread and loss of faith as they return with dark new single ‘Me on a Good Day’ as they announce new EP ‘Thomas & Judas’ ready to debut in Formula Indie the 29th December

‘Me on a Good Day’ is the lead single from the upcoming EP ‘Thomas & Judas’. The song
itself explores themes of loss of faith and detachment from the existential offerings of the
modern world. Drawing lyrical influence from Holy Bible era Manic Street Preachers, bleak
rock sensibilities of the Cure and the astute hopelessness of The Smiths, the song shifts
through songwriter Cox’s neurotic agnosticism, rejection of empty offerings of consumerism
and romance.
‘The song was written at a time in my life in which the curtains all were drawn back at the
same time and found that all the stories I had been told started to ring empty and everything
started to feel pointless and I felt tired all the time. Existing almost entirely on cigarettes and
black coffee my parents suggested I might benefit from a more varied diet. I started taking
two beroccas in the morning. At the time the slogan of berocca was ‘You, on a good day’. I
reworked the slogan as a sarcastic and barbed reminder of my inadequacy and apathy at
the time.’
Bosola have a number of live dates lined up in Newcastle and Glasgow:
21st November – Head of Steam (solo) – Newcastle Upon Tyne
26th November – The Arches, Tynemouth (Acoustic)
17th December – Bobiks – Newcastle Upon Tyne
5th February – 13th Note Cafe – Glasgow
12th February – Little Buildings – Newcastle Upon Tyne

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