Last 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 📸 – Hollie Fernando
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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