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Introducing Broken Chords

April 7, 2015


Broken Chords bare-foot, tattooed, ravid and hungry as they hit the road across the UK with their new release 

Having cut their teeth on the underground circuit both in the UK and Europe, Broken Chords have fine-tuned a sound that makes their keenly anticipated “Rock & Stone” EP stand up and be counted.

This EP absolutely rips with slick grooves and raw punk rock undertones, which will be released on April 13th on Capital Artists.  Produced by Paul Tipler (Placebo, Idlewild, The Horrors), delivers a dynamic big riff Zepplin tinged alt rock experience to rival that of any of their peers.  This band is pumping out some infectious hooks and have more than a little bit of a knack for stadium sized choruses.

You can watch the new video for Rock & Stone HERE

You can download the EP from HERE

“And yay, it came to pass that Rock And Stone crashed into our brains like a jack-knifed truck, leaving shrapnel and debris all over our temporal lobe.” Classic Rock – Track of the Week

Broken Chords are a bare foot, tattooed sweaty trio of naughty Essex lads who have furiously toured the UK.  Having toured 2014 with legendary Bernie Torme (Gillan, Ozzie Osbourne) and Australian rockers Electric Mary, plus a headline slot at Hard Rock Hell Helloween Festival.

In March 2015, Broken Chords embark on a tour of Poland and Ukraine, while April 2015 sees the boys supporting cult Welsh outfit Kyshera.

You can catch Broken Chords on tour below:

15th April                   Cardiff, The Globe
16th April                   Brighton, The Prince Albert
17th April                   Harlow, The Square
18th April                   London, The Underworld
21st April                   Wolverhampton, The Robin 2
23rd April                   Nottingham, Rock City
24th April                   Selby, The Riverside
25th April                   Sheerness, The Ivy

Full details on the band is available at

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