The Shadowboxers are an R&B-infused pop ensemble noted because of their three-part vocal harmonies and soft rock veneer. Originally a trio produced in 2008 by vocalist/music artists Adam Hoffman, Matt Lipkins, and Scott Schwartz, all after that learners at Emory School in Atlanta, they got their first record offer after arriving at the attention from the Indigo Young ladies’ Emily Saliers at a supper gathering. RCAM Information released the band’s debut LP, the Brady Blade-produced Crimson Area, in early 2013. For the time being, that they had added bassist Carlos Enamorado and drummer Cole McSween to the state lineup, and afterwards that calendar year the quintet submitted a video cover of Justin Timberlake’s “Pusher Like Gal” on YouTube. It quickly drew compliment in the pop superstar himself via Twitter and racked up six-figure sights. The group continuing to post some live cover movies and maintained an ardent touring timetable while focusing on songs, and in past due 2014 the Shadowboxers announced a choice to relocate to Nashville, where their business groups were structured. Their first primary material in 3 years, the one “Girl Through the Wall structure,” made an appearance in the springtime of 2016.