Don Broco release new single ahead of upcoming album and O2 Academy Bristol showPosted on: 11 Jan 2018
British pop-rockers Don Broco have released Come Out To LA, the latest single from forthcoming album Technology, due for release on Friday 2nd February 2018. The single and album releases will act as a precursor to the band's highly anticipated 2018 UK tour, with a show at Bristol's O2 Academy scheduled for Friday 9th February.
Upcoming album Technology, Don Broco's third studio offering, finds the band filtering their charismatic 80s-infected pop-rock through metal, funk and electronics. The result is a record featuring the band's most inventive and intelligent tracks to date.
The latest single release from the album, Come Out To LA, comes with one of the most entertaining, over-the-top videos you're likely to see all year, featuring death, dancing robots, mad scientists and much, much more. You can check out the video for Come Out To LA on YouTube.
‘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 facade.”
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. With Technology due for release on Friday 2nd February, head to Don Broco's official website to pre-order the album or find out more about the band.
Tickets for Don Broco at the O2 Academy Bristol on Friday 9th February are on sale now and can be found here. Doors for the event open at 7pm - for more details or any further enquiries, contact the venue on 0117 927 9227.
Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt is currently studying his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at UWE. He is passionate about a number of arts including music and illustration, producing his own work in his spare time. An avid music enthusiast, he makes the most of Bristol’s diverse nightlife and attends gigs and club nights regularly.