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Alternative 22/04/2016

A New Album From The Broadcasts

A New Album From The Broadcasts

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The Broadcasts are a four piece Alt Rock/Acoustic band who are based just outside of Cardiff, South Wales. Previously signed to indie label Right Recordings, the band released a double A side single recorded by legendary producer Stuart Epps (Oasis, Elton John) before leaving their label to pursue an alternative path.

Since forming in 2012 The Broadcasts have played at the BBC Club, London in front of music industry professionals, supported bands like Press To Meco, Dead! and Owen Paul in Cardiff as well as sharing the bill with BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens at Newport Student Union. The boys recorded their debut nine track album in May 2015 at the beautifully scenic Mwnci Studios in Pembrokeshire, embarking on their first UK Tour shortly afterwards. Adam Walton of BBC Radio Wales' Introducing Show, described their music as "Heart on your sleeve, gritty Rock" and that's exactly what to expect from this storming eponymous debut album.

The album is released digitially on June 3rd and will be available on CD from June 17th.

“Tight, Fun and Funky. Delivered in style” - Big Scott Radio
“Meld folk and Rock for bright and breezy tracks” - David Owens, Wales Online News
“One of Wales’ hottest new prospects” - Plugged In Magazine, South Wales
“An exciting performance, reducing the crowd to a sweaty mess” - Stereo Brain, Music Blog (@TheBroadcasts)

Track Listing and Credits:
Down The Line - Lyrics: James Davies/ Music: The Broadcasts
The Future - Lyrics: James Davies/Music: The Broadcaststs
Western Lands - Lyrics: James Davies/ Music: The Broadcasts
This Is Life - Lyrics: James Davies/ Music: The Broadcasts
The Road Goes On - Lyrics: James Davies/ Music: The Broadcasts
Gambler - Lyrics: Jack Isaac/ Music: The Broadcasts
Control - Lyrics: Ashley Evans/ Music: The Broadcasts
What It Meant To Me - Lyrics: James Davies/ Music: The Broadcasts
What We’ve Become - Lyrics: James Davies and Ashley Evans/ Music: The Broadcasts

Live Dates:
May 14th - Undertone Cardiff, supporting The People The Poet
May 29th - Clytha Cider Festival, Monmouth
May 24th - Polperro Festival, Cornwall
June 17th - Clwb Ifor Bach, (album release show)
July 24th - Tramlines Festival Sheffield (details tbc)
September 24th - The Mash House, Edinburgh

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