Boy Kill Boy prepare new single

It's all for a good cause

Boy Kill Boy are set to release a new single in support of the charity War Child.

‘Shoot Me Down’ is the fourth single to be lifted from their debut ‘Civilian’.

Of the release singer Chris Peck said “Back in ’95 I was lucky to spend a couple of months in Uganda with a home-grown organisation called ‘The Ruwenzori Project’. With this and through visiting neighbouring schools and orphanages I had a pretty up-close experience of war’s devastation on the community, especially the kids.


“Those stories have since stayed with me so now I’m delighted to have anything to do with War Child and their long-term vision.”

The band have just kicked off their autumn UK tour which continues tonight (October 10) at Preston 53 Degrees.

The remaining dates are:

Preston 53 Degrees (October 10)

Newcastle University (11) Sheffield Plug (14)

Glasgow ABC (15)


Edinburgh Queens Hall (16)

Manchester Ritz (17)

Birmingham Irish Centre (19)

Southampton University (20)

Bristol Bierkeller (22)

London Astoria (23)

Brighton Corn Exchange (25)

Bournemouth Old Fire Station (26)

Go to NME.COM/GIGS for ticket availability.


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