With his forthcoming debut album on the way, Canadian rising star Boniface is sharing new cut ‘Wake Me Back Up’ with its accompanying video directed by his bandmate/brother, Joey Visser.
An uplifting and explosive new number, the track also features some additional lead guitars from Transgressive label mate Ben Gregory of Blaenavon. Talking about the new song, Boniface says: “’Wake Me Back Up’ is about feeling you’re on the brink of something significant. In my case it was a relationship, but it could be anything that feels important to you right now. The video was directed by my brother Joey, made with the help of some kind and talented friends. We filmed it in a very hot garage a few weeks back. Actually, the same garage the song was written in a few summers ago.”
With his debut record hopefully on the way soon, make sure to catch Boniface on tour with Circa Waves at the dates below!
21 - Melkweg, Amsterdam
23 - Botanique, Brussels
24 - La Maroquinerie, Paris
25 - Mascotte, Zurich
27 - Moltow, Hamburg
29 - Hansa 39, Munich.
30 - Musik & Frieden, Berlin
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