About BOO

"So cool and collected you can almost see the dry ice. Irresistible."

– Electronic Sound Magazine

Brigitte Rose and Chris Black were magnetically drawn across the globe from Tasmania and Scotland to unite in London. Using their synths as a Ouija board, they brought BOO from the ether to radiate inter-dimensional indie synthpop. 

They migrated to the Sussex coast to create their debut album ‘Incomplete Until Broken‘. Reviewers across the land compared BOO to the likes of Stereolab, Crystal Castles and Yellow Magic Orchestra

Their second album ‘Radiation’, a meditation on broadcasting, garnered further critical acclaim and built on their solid synthpop credentials.

Cold-War pop classic ‘SNARE’, quickly became a Bandcamp Daily reccommendation and they subsequently released a limited edition remix album, ‘SNARED’ featuring contemporaries Finlay Shakespeare, midierror, Matt Culpin (Dancing with Ruby, Northern Kind) and more. 

Recorded before and during lockdown, their highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Yesterday Tomorrow and You’ was written as a survival handbook for the future in four chapters. Louder Than War dubbed it “the pinnacle of their career to date”.

In 2022, to celebrate ten years of BOO the band started a monthly livestream called ‘BOO-cast‘ documenting progress and process on their fifth studio album, Compulsory Games, released in October 2023. Compulsory Games made #45 in Louder Than War’s albums of the year, stating it “restores faith in British synth-pop.”

BOO’s work encompasses every aspect of music production, from designing and making their CDs and videos to creating lighting and video art for their dazzling live shows.

"Quirky... thought provoking, an act capable of making you move whilst always remaining unpredictable"

– Louder Than War


“It’s electro pop so good it sends shivers down parts of the spine other bands cannot reach.”

– The Devil Has The Best Tuna

“Highly charged electronica with incredibly addictive melodies.”

– Louder Than War

“What Blondie would have sounded like if they had hung out in 1970s Sheffield rather than New York”

– Fourculture

“One will be hard-pressed to find a better representation of left-of-centre pop music from these shores”

– Sun 13