DON BROCO Release New Video for ‘The Blues’
Every time monster rockers Don Broco release a video, you’re in for a good time.
Earlier ventures for previous singles taken from their 2018’s album Technology include cowboy dancing, robots and a wedding gone wrong. Latest addition to join the video format is The Blues, which takes a slightly more traditional approach.
The video itself showcases the extravagant summer the Brit four-piece had, performing in all corners across the world. It is a wonderful, access-all-areas look into the group as they meet fans, explore the sights and take on massive stages. Don Broco appeared across the last ever run of Warped Tour, made a return to Reading & Leeds and joined 30 Seconds To Mars and Mike Shinoda around Europe.
Singer Rob Damiani says:
We had an absolute blast this summer. Getting to experience Warped Tour on its last ever run, especially us playing it for the first time, was an insane few weeks we’ll never forget. We got back to the UK just in time for Reading & Leeds and honestly couldn’t have asked for a better set of homecoming shows. It was a mad weekend at our fave fest in the world. Straight after that we headed to Europe for some big ol’ gigs with 30 Seconds To Mars and Mike Shinoda and got to play some places for the very first time (shoutout Poland!) We couldn’t fit anywhere near it all into three and a half minutes, but we tried and hope you enjoy our vid for ‘The Blues’. To everyone that caught us live this summer thank you and we’ll be seeing you all very soon!
You can see their crazy antics in the new video below.
If this amount of non-stop touring wasn’t enough for them, they have also been announced as main support for Mike Shinoda’s North American tour and are set to tackle their biggest ever UK tour in February next year. Their headline tour, featuring Neck Deep and Issues, will push them into the spotlight at areas across the country, including a date at London’s SSE Wembley Arena and two shows at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
01 – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
02 – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
03 – Pavillions, Plymouth
05 – CIA, Cardiff
07 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
08 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
09 – Wembley Arena, London