Broken Lines are incredibly proud to announce the long awaited arrival of their debut album 'Liberation'. Available in all reputable online music stores including: iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play and our own BandCamp. CD's are currently in production and should be available to buy soon (watch this space!). CD's include an insert booklet with lyrics and photos. There have been fewer times where we need liberation more than today. Get up, do something, be heard! We love it and hope you do too! Jack, David & Mark x
We are a three piece band from Pembrokeshire, West Wales, playing our own, unique sound from all original material. Our emphasis is to create upbeat, energetic music with influences from punk, rock, psychedelic and just about anything else that grabs us! We play for the love and enjoyment of music and aim to portray that in our songs and performances. Sometimes fast and fierce, sometimes slow and serene, but always refreshing! Strong beats and growling bass punctuated with searing guitar and a vocal performance to match! Broken Lines deliver an experience that is intense, exciting and emotionally charged... search for us #brokenlinesuk
"Absolutely brilliant band!!xxx"
"You guys have a new wave side to your multi faceted sound."
"When I listened to 'Black Space', I was immediately reminded of The Doors. Both the atmosphere of the song and the sound made me think of them. I enjoy the psychedelic, spacey vibe. 'Sweet Lips' had some pretty cool bass work. It was heavier and more a 'rockier' feel. Both songs are different, but your voice works great with either style. "
These boys are smokin'..... We had a Saturday night with the amazing Broken Lines in The Cellar, Cardigan. I've watched the band develop over the last couple of years, and I love what they have become. We appreciate great quality original music here.... especially if it rocks; and that is what we got: thick punky riffs and strong emphatic down strokes, driving drums melded and weaving with heavy bass..... I'm not sure what their influences are, but I can hear a flavour of the early 80's New Wave scene, with perhaps a later Indy Rock influence too: some fast paced chord progressions and a slightly less urgent lyrical delivery. It is difficult to get that singing at one pace and doubling up with a fast downward stroke on the strings method, but David nails it. There were elements of the heavier side of sixties Psychedelia too (enter: the drummer), and perhaps I picked up a little sense of The Doors and The Kinks in there.... maybe a bit of early Zep... nice to see a bass man, with a bit of animation, filling in the gaps with boom: powerful interplay between these two.... anyways: we danced and they delivered.... awesome originals from this fabulous power trio: if you get a chance, go and see them.... bangin'.....