Broken Lines Album - Liberation | November 2019 | brokenlinesuk | broken--lines | Broken Lines Band

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


Broken Lines Band  - playing live at The Golden Lion, January 2019 | brokenlinesuk | broken--lines

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

"Saw broken lines at the Golden Lion Newport- excellent gig, good atmosphere 10/10 would recommend"

Molly Edmonds - Newport / 12.01.2019

"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. "

Patrick - A Look Into Music / 11.06.2019

"Huge thanks to Broken Lines for their set at the Parrot. Delivering their unique cocktail of punk-psychedelia: punkedelia ... or psych-punk ... whatever catches on. They pin you down with driving bass lines and rip the top of your head off with wailing vocal lines. ... and it's difficult to not lose your mind when they break down into their full on psychadelic mode. Can't wait for them to come back!"

Nicholas Gealy - Parrot, Carmarthen / 16.07.2018

Friday 21st February 2020 - we are playing as part of Doctor Sardonicus's Midwinter Night's Dream Psychadelic Festival #3; we're one of seven bands playing over the weekend including: Broken Lines, Paradise9, Sendelica, The Mahatmas, Sonic Trip Project, Omnichron and Elfin Bow.

  posted: 23 October 2019

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

  posted: 2 November 2019

Amazing photo of us just before our gig at The Cellar Bar, Cardigan by Molly Edmonds Photography

  posted: 26 August 2019

We' just had the best review from Steve at The Cellar Bar, Cardigan...

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'.....

Steve, The Cellar, Cardigan.

  posted: 7 August 2019

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August 2019 - we are proudly supporting a weekend of fund raising at the The Eagle Inn, Narberth, Pembrokeshire. There will be a fun day of events on the Saturday and we will be playing on the Sunday with a number of other bands...come and support us

  posted: 4 June 2019

Saturday 20th July 2019 - Broken Lines are live and loud from 9pm at The Eagle Inn, Narberth, Pembrokeshire.

Playing at our local, we can't wait ;-) #brokenlinesuk

  posted: 30 April 2019

Friday 19th July 2019 - at The Cellar Bar, Cardigan.

Support from the awesome The Fens. It will be an amazing night, come along for a blast...

  posted: 4 July 2019

Woohoo - our first ever interview!

Check it out on A Look Into Music - An interview with Broken-Lines
Thanks Patrick ;-)

  posted: 9 June 2019

Great review from our recent appearance at Dr. Sardonicus's Midwinter Night's Dream Psychedelic Festival, Cardigan.
By Gregg McKella Read the review |  Gonzo magazine

The bits about us:
"Opening the festival, were local Pembrokeshire psyche dynamos BROKEN LINES, consisting of David Wellan on guitar and vocals, Jack Jackson on drums, loops and samples, and Mark Briscoe on bass. They describe themselves as upbeat, energetic music with punk, rock, and psychedelia, and their multifaceted sound crosses the likes of The Clash, New Model Army, The Stranglers, to appropriately the Pink Fairies, to Pink Floyd which certainly came to mind as they kicked their set off with solid psychedelic instrumental rock opener 'Running Free' followed by equally rocking 'Mannequin Heaven'. The set then moved into more psyche-krautrock numbers with 'I Wonder', 'Darkest Hour' and then their 10 minute dark moody track 'Black Space'. Loads of light and shade, dark and moody with dynamics on this epic number. They finished up playing tracks from their newly-released live demo EP: pulsing psyche rock-out number 'Sweet Lips' and then ending with a long teasing ambient track, 'Indian Summer', that finally broke out in full psychedelic jam out, nicely ending their set. This band is new to me and I can draw parallels to my own band Paradise 9. I hope we'll be seeing more of them on the festival circuit."

Thanks Gregg, its great ;-)
  posted: 18 March 2019

Here's a great clip of us performing: I Wonder at the Cellar Bar, Cardigan on 23rd February 2019. Thanks Kathy ;-)

  posted: 12 March 2019

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Cellar Bar | Cardigan | West Wales

21 February 2020

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Cellar Bar | Cardigan | West Wales

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