They're the Brits who infuse pop-rock sorcery with a barrage of raw ferocity, and after performing to sold out crowds in London earlier this year UK rockers Don Broco just recently brought their thumping live show for the first time ever on a whirlwind tour of Australia's east coast.
Bubbling away for nearly a decade, Don Broco are taking no prisoners as they ramp up for the release of their third studio album 'Technology' due out in February next year, having already released a few tastes along the way with swaggering anthems 'Pretty', 'Stay Ignorant', 'T-Shirt Song' and title track 'Technology'. But just in time for their last Aussie show, guitarist Simon Delaney took The Soundcheck backstage at Sydney's Oxford Arts Factory to chat about their first Aussie tour, early days and how a broken wrist cemented this quartet as the bombastic crowd-favourite that they've evolved into today. Video interview below!
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