RELEASE BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘COME OUT TO LA’

 

Don Broco have revealed their brand new single ‘Come Out To LA’, taken from their forthcoming albumTechnology, due for release on February 2nd through SharpTone Records.
 
Featuring one of the most brilliant, entertaining and OTT videos you’re likely to see this year – featuring death, dancing, robots, inter-band rivalries, mad scientists, insane TV performances and much, much more – ‘Come Out To LA’ showcases Don Broco pushing the boundaries both musically and visually.
 
‘Come Out To LA’ is a commentary on the band’s own experiences in the city: “On our last album with a major label, like most bands when they first sign a worldwide deal, we were shipped off to LA to meet the bigwigs and shoot videos. We had someone taking us to fancy meals, promising us the world, and in our naivety we lapped it all up. It quickly became apparent that it’s just a façade.”
 
The track is an eclectic blend of smooth vocal harmonies and infectious guitar and synth hooks, contrasted with a blistering, gritty chorus. Catchy pop-infused verses and brooding synths build to an explosive climax, with pounding overdriven guitars giving way to glistening tones.

TECHNOLOGY 

THE BRAND NEW ALBUM RELEASED FEBRUARY 2ND VIA SHARPTONE RECORDS

 

Don Broco have revealed the brand new video for their latest single ‘T-Shirt Song’, which was hailed as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1 upon its release last month.


The video captures their explosive sold-out headline show at Alexandra Palace on November 11th, featuring a crowd of 10,000 fans going absolutely crazy for the most exciting and ambitious rock act in Britain today.

Don Broco have just played two nights at the 25,000 capacity SSA Arena in Tokyo supporting Japanese superstars MAN WITH A MISSION and are delighted to announce that MAN WITH A MISSION will be joining them as the main support act on their UK headline tour running through February 2018. 

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