He joined the band in 1997, enjoying success with the number one album, Spartacus, and hits such as "Groovy Train" and "All Together Now". The Farm re-formed (despite never formally splitting up), occasionally touring and playing festivals. In 2011 the band provided the nucleus of The Justice Tonight Band, joined by Mick Jones (The Clash), Pete Wylie (The Mighty Wah!) and Davo (Johnny Boy, Paul Weller, Manic Street Preachers, BAD).
The band was formed to raise awareness about the injustice surrounding the Hillsborough disaster - Boulter and Farm lead-singer Peter Hooton were both present at the tragedy.
The Justice Tonight Band toured the United Kingdom and Europe (supporting the Stone Roses) spreading the message about Hillsborough and the twenty-three years of injustice endured by the families and victims of the tragedy. Boulter has written extensively for television, including Brookside, Hollyoaks, The Bill and for the second - British Academy of Film and Television Arts-winning - series of Jimmy McGovern"s drama The Street (‘Two Families’ starring Lorraine Ashbourne, Gina McKee and a pre-Doctor Who Matt Smith - in his first lead role).
Boulter wrote for the British Broadcasting Corporation soap opera EastEnders in 2011 and 2012 as well as co-writing the Radio 2 pilot Shout To The Top (along with former Sleeper lead vocalist, Louise Wener). Previously, he had written two other radio dramas – Lifestyles Of The Trapped and Cabbaged and Shanghaied and Shipless.
Hurricane are lined up to produce two further Davies films – announcing Sunset Song (starring Peter Mullan and Agyness Deyn) at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2012 and A Quiet Passion (starring Sex and The City’s Cynthia Nixon) at the Toronto Film Festival, later that year.
Boulter was appointed as Creative Director The Museum Of Liverpool’s Immersive exhibition - ‘Kicking And Screaming’ – a film about the City’s passion for football.