If The Notion Of Opposites Attract Still Confuses You, Here’s Bloxx’ “Magnet”


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UK quartet Bloxx give us a dance-friendly piece that captures the tumultuous nature of opposite attraction with their latest single “Magnet.” And no, they’re not talking about science but complicated relationships when two people who are totally different are constantly attracting and repelling each other while leaving emotional mess behind. The track is a bursting synthpop piece that send you the hypnotic rush you feel when you encounter someone who isn’t right for you yet way too fascinating and attractive to leave.

Speaking about ‘”Magnet,” Fee said: “Other than having the best bass riff I ever wrote, ‘Magnet’ is a bit of a juxtaposition. It tackles both the opposite attraction of magnets (South to North Pole) and the way the same two poles will repel against each other. It’s about being always ‘pulled’ apart by someone and the way you clash, but always want to keep trying.” 

Bloxx will be hitting many stages in the upcoming weeks: 

Bloxx Live


24th – Tramlines, Sheffield


15th – 110 Above Festival, Leicestershire

24th – Tramshed, Cardiff (Twin Atlantic support)

25th – Electric Ballroom, London (Twin Atlantic support)

27th – Leeds Festival

28th – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

29th – Reading Festival

30th – Concorde 2, Brighton (Twin Atlantic support)


1st – Old Fire Station, Bournemouth (Twin Atlantic support)

3rd – O2 Academy, Oxford (Twin Atlantic support)

4th – O2 Academy, Leicester (Twin Atlantic support)

5th – Neighbourhood Weekender, Manchester

17th – This Is Tomorrow, Newcastle 


20th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (headline tour)

21st –  Manchester Academy, Manchester (headline tour)

23rd – Hit The North, Newcastle

24th – Stereo, Glasgow (headline tour)

25th – The Mash House, Edinburgh (headline tour)

27th  – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (headline tour)

28th – Thekla, Bristol (headline tour)

30th – The Loft, Southampton (headline tour)

31st- The Bullingdon, Oxford (headline tour)


2nd – Heaven, London (headline tour)