Broken Links release new video for Within Isolation taken from debut album

Southampton alt-rock three piece Broken Links have released their band new video, Within Isolation, taken from their stunning debut album Disasters: Ways to Leave a Scene , which will be released on 19th November via Devil Theory Records.

The band set off on tour from Friday 16th of November around the UK; catch them at one of the following dates:

Fri     16th  Nov  – Legends Bar, Crawley
Sat    17th  Nov – South Sea, Sheffield
Sun   18th  Nov –  The Zanzibar, Liverpool
Mon   19th Nov –  Retro Bar, Manchester
Wed   21st Nov – The Rattlesnake, London
Thurs  22nd Nov – Lock 42, Leicester
Fri      23rd  Nov – The Railway, Winchester
Thurs  6th   Dec – Coburgs, Ryde, IOW

Playing industrial rock with under-currents of post-punk and new wave, Broken Links are as melodic and hook laden as they are dark and haunting. Atmospheric guitars, melancholic vocals and electronic soundscapes form a musical vehicle for psychoanalytical and emotionally complex lyrical themes, resulting in a dark and powerful aural experience.

Originally taking influence from an array of acts ranging from Joy Division, Depeche Mode, and Nine Inch Nails to Manic Street Preachers and Bush, Broken Links have evolved a sound that’s very unique to themselves and unlike anyone on the scene today.

Broken Links have been slowly but surely building a strong loyal fanbase on their own steam following the release of two self release EPs, and playing shows with the likes of  British Sea Power, The Boxer Rebellion, InMe, My Vitriol, 22, Official Secrets Act, Fighting with Wire, and The Xcerts in the UK, Germany and Italy.


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