The “Hiding” single featuring Nena will be available tomorrow April 27th on amazon.de and iTunes! Also the new single will have “Saturday at the Beach” as a b-side, which is previously unreleased.
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Loudboy tour 2011
Photos from Loudboy tour 2011 by Dani Vordran, Miriam Eicher and Dominique Rensing.
Rehersals for Loudboy tour 2011
Photos of rehearsals in Zerkall for the Loudboy tour 2011 by Miriam Eicher and Jason Binnick.
2011 Tour “Trailer”
The new trailer for the upcoming Loudboy tour documentary … enjoy.
Video for Rabbit & Turtle Take the City!
It’s Loudboy video mania on Youtube. See videos for Rabbit & Turtle Take The City, I Gain A Gain, God Loves Money, and Hiding. All off the debut album Loudboy. Roooccckkkkk!!!
Check out the new video for the song I Gain A Gain from the album Loudboy, directed by John Andrews.
Loudboy Xmas Gift Box
Ho Ho Ho. We are proud to announce the “Loudboy Xmas Gift Box“. You’ll get 1 cd, 1 shirt, 3 stickers, and 1 button. All for the low low price of 25 euro. It’s our gift to all our European fans for the Holidays. You can order it through Rent A Dog records……… Merry XmasContinue reading “Loudboy Xmas Gift Box”
Loudboy on the radio
Do YOU live in Germany? Do YOU want to hear some ROCK? Call the radio station nearest you and tell them, “I want to hear some Loudboy”…….. Radio Eins, Radio Fritz, NDR2, SWR3, SR1, BR2 Zündfunk, Radio Bremen, MDR Sputnik, N-Joy, You FM, Delta Radio, Rock Antenne, Radio Gong, AFK max, Big FM, Byte FM,Continue reading “Loudboy on the radio”
Hiding live video
Dear friend Sarah Fimm just launched this incredibly important webpage. John is a part of it and even more Sarah wanted them to do a live performance for Loudboy song “Hiding” that they recorded and filmed. Check it out as it is very worth it. The message and the video are all waiting for you.
and more reviews…
Jazzthetik magazine Recording wise one could judge “Rabbit & Turtle Take The City” as being some kind of failure – if there wasn’t purpose lurking to actually provoke this judgement. The song is bumping like a mindless Blues over a lo-fi guitar-sound, slowly moving. Like dragging Tom Waits through a distortion box. But it isContinue reading “and more reviews…”