The Boo Radleys Release First New Song in 23 Years: Listen

The Boo Radleys Release First New Song in 23 Years: Listen

Made without songwriter and guitarist Martin Carr, “A Full Syringe and Memories of You” follows the Creation band’s 1998 LP Kingsize
Boo Radleys in 2021
Boo Radleys in 2021, photo by Chris Payne

English alternative rock band the Boo Radleys are back with their first new song in 23 years—albeit without lead songwriter and guitarist Martin Carr. “A Full Syringe and Memories of You,” out today, follows 1998’s Kingsize. Listen to the full LP below.

Kingsize marked the band’s final LP for the iconic Creation Records. The Boo Radleys’ current lineup comprises Tim Brown (bass/guitar/keyboards), Simon ‘Sice’ Rowbottom (guitar/vocals), and Rob Cieka (drums). Of the new album, Rowbottom said in a press release: “A Full Syringe and Memories of You tackles the religious hypocrisy that privileges the longevity of life above all other measures of worth and seeks to redress the distorted view that life is always worth living whatever the cost.”

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