#WildCardWednesday: Broken Hands – ‘Split In Two’

 

 


   

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Muzik Speaks Loves Atlantic Records - SmallerLast week (18th October 2018), Canterbury rockers,¬†Broken Hands, announced that they had signed to Atlantic Records by releasing a pair of brand new singles,¬†‘Split In Two’ and¬†‘Friends House’; their first new music since the release of the 2015 full-length debut,¬†Turbulence.

The five-piece band, which consists of Dale Norton (vocals), his brother, Callum Norton (drums), Jamie Darby (lead guitar), Thomas Ford (bass) and David Hardstone (rhythm guitar & keys),¬†have been busy working with Tom Dalgety¬†(notable for mixing a lot of Royal Blood‘s work)¬†on these two tracks – his style is particularly reflected on¬†‘Split In Two’, which has an amalgamation of both psychedelic and grunge vibes.

The band’s style is further reinforced by the fact they have played shows with the likes of¬†Rolling Stones,¬†Black Sabbath, Blur¬†and Deaf Havana.

The music video for ‘Split In Two’ sees the band¬†performing amongst a glowing green light with a Matrix-style code backdrop.

No details about their forthcoming album have emerged, as yet, but we’ll keep you updated.

Cover Photo ūüďł –¬†Hollie Fernando

What are your thoughts on this band’s latest release, since signing to Atlantic Records? Have you got a #WildCardWednesday track to recommend us? Please leave your thoughts or song suggestions in a comment or chat to us via social media.

Matt – Muzik Speaks
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‘Split In Two’¬†can be downloaded off¬†iTunes now –¬†https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/split-in-two/1438777475?i=1438777478


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