2000s favourites mark tenth anniversary of debut album

Boy Kill Boy are reuniting for a one-off gig, eight years after they split up.

The four-piece will play at London’s Oslo on November 19 to mark the tenth anniversary of their debut album ‘Civilian’.

The band emphasise the show will be a one-off, partially as a chance to say goodbye having split up with no finale in 2008. Tickets are on sale now.

A statement said: “Ten years ago, we released our debut album ‘Civilian’, which gave us the chance to play to and meet so many of you. But we never really got the chance to say goodbye properly. So we thought the perfect way to do that would be a one-off London weekend show.”

The band continued: “There are no plans to tour or release any new material, but for now it’s good to be back again.”

‘Civilian’ reached No 16, but Boy Kill Boy’s other album ‘Stars And The Sea’ stalled at No 98 in 2008, despite being made with Oasis producer Dave Sardy. They enjoyed Top 40 singles with ‘Suzie’ and ‘Back Again’.

Since the split, singer Chris Peck has placed solo demos on Soundcloud and been playing live, while keyboardist Peter Carr now helps manage Charli XCX. Bassist Kev Chase DJs and is a session musician.