Posted on February 19, 2015
2014. An unbelievable year for our little group. First of all we joined our heroes, Bad Religion, on tour throughout Europe. Secondly, we released our debut album. And finally, we went on tour in the Gibson Tour Bus with Three Chord Society. I could stop right here and these four lines would describe what some bands fight for for a lifetime. We experienced it all in half a year… However, we move on. We have new dreams and ambitions.
2015. It has already begun and will kick start for real next Friday when we play our first concert this year in Copenhagen at UnderWerket. Furthermore, we have started writing songs for an EP that we will be recorded late summer/early autumn. We don’t know about the musical direction, but all have an idea about what we would like to do. How we would like to sound.
It’s been a while since you have heard from us, but we are still alive. Broadway Killers exists because of our friendship and we need it in our lives. One way or an other.
See you soon out there
Posted on October 22, 2014
It’s the first time we will join forces on tour with our friends in Three Chord Society. However, we have known the guys for years. I guess it’s eight years ago, since I met the band for the first time. They have always been great guys, fun to be around and only gotten better and better as a band. I think their song-writing-holidays in Denmark paid off;) Songs like “Swan Song”, “I Am An Ocean”, Into The Wild” and “On The Brink” are just some of their great tunes.
The band has just had a two years break, but we are thrilled to have them on board. Next month we will hit the road on our co-headliner tour. Can’t wait to get the engine going and see them and you out there.
Posted on October 13, 2014
Ladies and gentlemen. It’s time to hit the road again! We are so excited to announce that we will bring Three Chord Society with us. It will be a blast and a very special tour, however, we will tell you about that later. First the dates:
09.11.2014 Hafenklang (Hamburg, DE)
11.11.2014 Mau Club (Rostock, DE)
12.11.2014 K17 (Berlin, DE)
13.11.2014 Werk 2 (Leipzig, DE)
14.11.2014 Pitcher (Düsseldorf, DE)
15.11.2014 Your living room
Hope to see you all out there!
Posted on August 24, 2014
We are thrilled. We are excited. We are proud. Our album is out now! It’s been a long time, we worked hard, but everything has fallen into place and though we have made tough decisions, we made the right decisions. Some of you – especially all the believers from Sellaband, who supported us and made this record possible – have waited a long time. We really, truly hope you like the result. More than any other thing is this your record.
On the record we have worked with our long time friend, Jacob Bredahl, who has made all our recordings and enjoyed time in his Dead Rat Studio. Best guy EVER. We have great friends featured on the album. Ben from Three Chord Society, Matze from Heisskalt are joining us. Furthermore, Justin Sane from Anti-Flag made his appearance on “Blessings And Sins”.
It’s an understatement to say that we are grateful.
Love, Emil, Anders and Jakob
1) Nothing = Nothing
2) Never Gonna
3) In Front of You
4) With Broken Fingers She Plays
5) With Every Lowdown Comes A Song
6) Blessings And Sins (feat. Justin Sane)
8) Whatcha’ Say
9) Last Call
10) Don’t Blame Me! Complaining! (feat. Ben & Matze)
Posted on August 12, 2014
About the song I can say that “In Front of You” is a love song in reverse. Inspired by bands like The Gaslight Anthem and Social Distortion I wrote this song a year after I broke up with my ex-girlfriend. It was a tough break, because she is an amazing person and a huge inspiration. I guess this is kind of a tribute to her. I know she will make it everywhere she goes – she already has. I wanted to tell her that the world’s in front of her… I guess she already knows.
All the best till then
Posted on July 10, 2014
Posted on July 8, 2014
Thank you. I think that’s the only thing I can say right now. Thanks to Mia – the best sound engineer in the world. Thanks to Kevin who did and awesome job with the lights. Thanks to Addi that made the last leg of the tour a blast. Thanks to “Prisen” and “Fjætte” who made us laugh while selling merch. Thanks to the crew of Bad Religion for being so friendly and thanks to Bad Religion for giving us this opportunity. It has been a true pleasure.
It was tough, but an amazing experience. I cannot remember the last time we drove so much and slept so little. Slept in the car, on the floor, on seats, no sleep at all. But it was fun. I would do it any time again.
Being in a band is special. You are doing the things you love with your best friends. Broadway Killers is a team. A team that believe in the same values, ideas and music. Thank you guys for being so damn awesome.
Oh… btw. tomorrow I will give you big news about our album and video release.