Broken Records

BBC Introducing

Live at T in the Park 2009

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Broken Records formed in 2007 in Edinburgh, their collective members bringing together different musical backgrounds and eclectic instrumentation. Numerous gigs throughout Scotland helped them hone their sound, and the band went on to release their debut single "If the News Makes You Sad Don't Watch It" on London-based indie label, Young Turks, in April 2008. This won plaudits from the NME, The Guardian, Drowned in Sound and The Times, and Radio 1's Steve Lamacq made it his single of the week. Huw Stephens then invited them to do a session at Maida Vale.

In 2009, they'll be appearing at Glastonbury, T in the Park, Oxygen and Reading and Leeds, along with a support slot with The National at Royal Festival Hall in August.


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