B Movie New Single Promenade
Release Date 22nd October 2020
Official b-Movie website
Welcome to the official b-Movie site now run and managed by the band themselves. b-Movie are Steve Hovington (Vocals/Bass), Rick Holiday (Keyboards), Paul Statham (Guitar) and Graham Boffey (Drums)
B-Movie have been working on new material during 2020 and will be releasing several new tunes over the coming months with an album due for 2021. Watch This Space!
Check out the b-Movie Live Shows page for news of upcoming gigs.
b-Movie Latest E.P
REPETITION, SOMEWHERE COLD, STALINGRAD
Repetition Remix 2 E.P
Remixes of the B-Movie track 'Repetition' from DJ/Electro Legend Rusty Egan
3 new remixes of Repetition from DJ/Producer Rusty Egan. Available as a download only from Loki Records B-Movie Page and also available to purchase/stream from all major platforms including i-tunes & Spotify.
Following on from the Rusty Egan Remix EP comes 3 more including 2 remixes. by B-Movie guitarist Paul Statham's new electro project After The Rain. Somewhere Cold has a distinct Kraftwerk/John Foxx influence in the mix style whilst Repetition has a similar tempo/feel to the 1980's extended 12-inch mixes including the band's very own 'Nowhere Girl'. American Glenn Kirchner really creates a trance-like electro feel around new live favourite Stalingrad. C.D Available as a limited edition black grooved vinyl style CD in a plain black sleeve from the Loki Records Bandcamp Page and on all major digital/streaming platforms.
b-Movie formed in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire in 1978. Originally a three-piece, the band featured Steve Hovington on vocals & bass, Paul Statham on guitars and Graham Boffey on drums. They were spotted by Lincoln independent label Dead Good Records and contributed two songs to its compilation album East. Rick Holliday joined the band on keyboards in October 1979 and in 1980 B-Movie released their debut single, The Take Three EP on Dead Good which brought them to the attention of Radio One DJ John Peel. A six-track EP followed later that year, featuring early versions of their best-known songs Remembrance Day and Nowhere Girl.