Following on from their critically acclaimed second album ‘Let Me Come Home’, March 24th marks the return of Broken Records with the release of their new EP ‘Toska’ and a short run of UK live dates.

Produced by Tony Doogan (Mogwai, Delgados, Belle & Sebastian) the ‘Toska’ EP revisits the orchestration of the first album while combining the intense, relentlessly aggressive and turbulent sound of the last.

Notably Broken Records have released through prestigious indie labels including 4AD (who released both previous albums) and other releases include Young Turks, Fandango and Distiller Records. They have toured with The National and Freelance Whales and in 2010 headline toured the US. Their festival performances include Glastonbury, SXSW, T in the Park and a main-stage slot at Latitude.

Broken Records are Jamie Sutherland (vocals, piano), Rory Sutherland (violin, guitar, accordion), Ian Turnbull (guitar, piano, accordion), Dave Smith (piano, trumpet), Craig Ross (guitar, bass) and Andrew Keeney (drums).

The upcoming tour dates for the band are as follows…

14th April – King Tuts, Glasgow

15th April – Sebright Arms, London

16th April – The Wardrobe, Leeds

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