A four-piece rock band from Chicago, the Boxers, with 2 guitars, a bass, drums, keys, and 3 vocalists, take inspiration from the old school rock 'n' roll sounds of the '50s and '60s. Evoking the sweet harmonies of the Beach Boys and the soulful song construction of The Beatles, they also add their own contemporary twist, reflecting their deep roots in the Chicago music scene. All experienced musicians, they can go from grooving tight beach pop to jamming psych-blues in a blink.
The Boxers are comprised of Duncan Lee (guitar/vox/keys), Vincent Pimentel (drums/vox), Terrence Kiser (guitar/vox), and Zach Bridgeman (bass), four 20-somethings who've known each other since going to high school together in Chicago. After a year or two of college, they ultimately decided that it would be in the best interest of everyone involved to drop out and pursue their passion for music. Besides getting down and groovy, the Boxers like jamming out, eating pizza, playing some beer pong every now and then, and just chilling with the boys. Their second album, The Blue Pool, is slated for release in January of 2015.