Broken Lines is a three-piece who harbour as much piss and vinegar as they do snarling spirit, their sound is impossible to pigeon-hole, let alone cage. Fusing together elements from many genres to form a triumvirate of uncompromising alternative rock.
"Well done, musically ambitious, sounds like they're having a lot of fun."
"Sounds really exciting and fresh, not heard anything like it for a long time."
"Love your music. Kraut rock? Well Moby Grape had the obverse, The Clash had the inverse and so everything was hunky dory. You stay in your lane, that's cool."
Latest single: Out of Control
Fantastic review of Out of Control from BB Skone - Pure West Radio
A song for our times.
Absolutely classic Broken Lines.
I really love their stuff.
Fabulous bass driven rocker with some glorious lyrics.
Take no prisoners, eh?
So excited to get our first radio exposure in Berlin!Listen below and follow / like Ulf on Mixcloud
Check out our current album Liberation.
CD's are also available through BandCamp and include an insert booklet with lyrics and photos, it's gorgeous!
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
SoundBoard Album Review - Liberation
Broken-Lines is Jack Jackson, Mark Briscoe and David Wellan and together they've recorded an album that stands out from the generic, mediocre trash that gets labelled as rock these days.
Liberation is ten original tracks and has it's roots in the much maligned pysch-prog mould but with enough modern touches and punk influences to lift it from that magnificent subgenre and off into the stratosphere of legendary Welsh rock.
These guys are taking no prisoners on this one and rightly so, you're either along for the ride or you can get off the fuckin' bus.
Broken Lines have been a part of the Pembrokeshire music scene for some time and along with Sendelica, are making waves that are far reaching, so sit up and take notice because these guys are here to stay. Get your copy now. MK
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