Richmond, Virginia pop-punk band Broadside deliver punchy tunes similar to Real Friends, Roam, and State Champs.
Formed in 2010, the band issued its debut EP, Far from Home, in 2011. Re-recording the set with additional tracks, they released an LP of the same name in 2012 on the Japanese indie label Ice Grill$ Records. The following year, new vocalist Ollie Baxxter was recruited, joining guitarists/vocalists Niles Gregory and Dorian Enrique Cooke and bassist Josh Glupker. The group signed with Victory Records in 2015, but Glupker parted ways with the band and was replaced by Pat Diaz. The quartet released the Old Bones LP later that year. In 2017, Broadside entered the studio with producer Kyle Black (New Found Glory, All Time Low) for their follow-up, Paradise. ~ Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi