Pop-soul group Shadowboxers recently released their single “ Ego” that is full of amazing harmonies and a beat that flows as smooth as the ocean. The guitar in the backgrounds adds to its psychedelic jazzy flow as you feel the motion in the music.
Based out of Atlanta Georgia, earlier in their career the band caught the attention of Justin Timberlake after covering one of his songs “ Pusher Love Girl “ back in 2013.
Timberlake made notice of the talented group and reposted their cover on his personal twitter account. That was only the beginning for the Shadowboxers career as they later went on to join Timberlake’s artist development label and join him on his 2018 Man Of The Woods tour.
Now with their newly released album “ The Slow March of Time Flies By” , including the single “Ego” , one can enjoy a full album of the many more of their exceptional songs that are sure to leave your ears more than satisfied. For more information on the band visit The Shadowboxers.
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From their start as a backing band for the Indigo Girls to most recently working and touring alongside mentor Justin Timberlake, the trio of Scott Tyler, Matt Lipkins and Adam Hoffman have continuously captivated audiences across the globe with their distinctive flair. Bridging the gap between classic, harmony-driven melodies and contemporary pop-R&B rhythms, TSB now take the reins as songwriters and producers. A pivotal point in a long series of serendipitous moments for the group, TSB have finally settled into their own, their new music representative of the trio’s newfound clarity.
“We’ve spent a decade in search of our identity, meandering our way through different styles and genres in hopes of landing on something that all three of us can see ourselves in. This is the album where we found it. We locked ourselves in the studio and didn’t come out until all three of us felt like we’d communicated our visions and seen them through. Just us. No one else. No one to hide behind or pass the ball to. We fought, we compromised, we faced issues that had been building up for a decade. And we came out on the other side with The Slow March of Time Flies By, our most honest work to date.” – Scott Tyler of The Shadowboxers
“The falsettos soar, the melody bounces with joyous yearning and the whole package feels familiar, like a song you’ve forgotten but are happy to rediscover.” – Time
“After a decade of taking on different stages, from opening on folk-rock duo Indigo Girls’ live jaunt to Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods Tour, The Shadowboxers are no longer straddling the different sounds that have impacted their decade-spanning career.” – Billboard
“The Shadowboxers Are Ready, and Not Just Because of Justin Timberlake” – Playboy