Don Broco want "Action"

2019-09-06 by hobblepot | 16 Comments
British band Don Broco have released a new song titled "Action", which features guest vocals from Tilian Pearson of Dance Gavin Dance, Tyler Carter of Issues, Taka Moriuchi of ONE OK ROCK and Caleb Shomo of Beartooth. It is not yet known if the track is from an upcoming album, but the band are known to drop singles well in advance of any announcements.

You can listen to the track here:




There is a version without the featuring artists on Apple music and Spotify if that's your thing.

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maximomckinnon
September 6th 2019
44 Comments


slaps

alamo
September 6th 2019
1743 Comments


"There is a version without the featuring artists on Apple music and Spotify if that's your thing."
you know me

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SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
September 6th 2019
10683 Comments


The song is meh, but that video is as good as expected.

ZachNyeScienceGuy
September 6th 2019
177 Comments


This is like Champions but for emo kids.

That being said I unabashedly love it and the video.

dmathias52
September 6th 2019
847 Comments


This band has a knack for making songs that I should hate but then I listen to them nonstop

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Bhurke
September 8th 2019
50 Comments


If this appears on an album with Half Man Half God we’re off to a great start

MarkvandenBerg
September 8th 2019
134 Comments


Fun song

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NonApplicable
September 8th 2019
2714 Comments


These guys have such an interesting sound. Never heard anything like them. They continue to kill it.

hobblepot
September 8th 2019
2327 Comments


banger, i don’t think they could release anything that ISNT a slice of fried gold

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beegyoshiii
September 8th 2019
1 Comments


naa...

keza
September 8th 2019
426 Comments


Wanted more from the Tilian feature but this slaps

joewelkie
September 9th 2019
4 Comments


The lyrics are absolute trash, and I wanted more Tillian - but that riff is massive.

SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
September 9th 2019
10683 Comments


Their lyrics are always trash, which I think is the major shortcoming of this band. I understand that they're trying to write silly hooky fun songs, but I wish they'd try to write something just a little bit more meaningful instead of just trying to get straight to the hook.

Bhurke
September 9th 2019
50 Comments


These guys sound so great and badass that I want to walk around cranking this on a boombox but I wouldn’t because the lyrics to most of their songs would make everyone think I was an egotist or an incel or something...T-shirt song is pretty endearing actually

keza
September 11th 2019
426 Comments


Caleb might be the best part of this song

JesusCage
September 11th 2019
317 Comments


This jam is fun af. The video is great too

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