Don Broco

The Bedford four-piece have taken the internet by storm this week after premiering their brand new single ‘T-Shirt Song’ on Radio One on Monday.

‘T-Shirt Song’ is a true rock anthem, soulfully coming from frontman Rob Damiani. The song stems from the darkness faced when a relationship ends and the raw emotions that circulate during the time, as well as reflecting upon an extremely personal and sensitive period for the singer in regards to how he overcame his depression.

Talking about the single, Rob says, “It’s one of the most emotional songs on the record, inspired by a close friend who had just been through a dark break-up. While writing the song it was also a difficult time for me emotionally, and one night I found myself in a club where the DJ was playing the Baywatch theme tune. Anyone who’s been to a cheesy club night will know this is the moment everyone takes off their T-shirt and swings it round their head. I didn’t really feel like it, but I joined in and as stupid as it sounds it really made me feel better. That was the start of the process by which I came to realise there was light at the end of the tunnel. This song is about going through hell and coming out the other side stronger for it.”

Social media was already in hysteria over the release, which then went into over-drive as the Don Broco lads set a date for their third studio album ‘Technology’, available for pre-order now. The new album consists of 14 tracks fuelled with genres of metal, funk and electronics, which covers themes of the effects of the Brexit campaign (‘Porkies’, ‘Something To Drink’), world tours (¥), fake news (‘Stay Ignorant’, ‘Technology’), alongside addressing personal privacy (‘Good Listener’), relationships (‘Play It Cool’, ‘Tight Rope’, ‘Got To Be You’) and their experiences in the music industry (‘Come Out To LA’). Track listing as follows…


  1. Technology
    2. Stay Ignorant
    3. T-Shirt Song
    4. Come Out To LA
    5. Pretty
    6. Play It Cool
    7. Tightrope
    8. Everybody
  2. Greatness
    10. Porkies
    11. Got To Be You
    12. Good Listener
    13. ¥
    14. Something To Drink

Deluxe Edition INC
15. Blood in the Water
16. Potty Mouth

Coming to you February 2nd 2018.

Be sure to catch the four-piece headlining Alexandra Palace next Saturday (November 11th) – Limited tickets remaining.

On top of all this, the Don Broco guys dropped a headline tour for next February to celebrate the release of ‘Technology’.


8th – Portsmouth Pyramids
9th – O2 Academy Bristol
10th – Cardiff Great Hall
12th – Norwich UEA
13th – Nottingham Rock City
15th – O2 Academy Birmingham
16th – Manchester Academy
17th – O2 Academy Leeds
19th – Newcastle Northumbria Institute
20th – Aberdeen Garage
21st – Glasgow Barrowland

Tickets available now –

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Hi I’m Belinda Webb, 16 years of age and very much into the whole world of music. Since I was young I’ve been very into my bands, particular individual artists and their gigs. As I’ve grown over the years, I’ve taken a deeper interest in the industry in relation to marketing, promotion and all PR related movements; pretty much all the behind the scenes. I’ve been lucky enough to go to such events which enabled me to get a better perspective of the industry, such a record launches, TV productions, etc. Which links very well into what I’m studying. As it goes, I am very much an individual who will set a goal and thrive towards it until it’s been accomplished. Additionally, being a very outgoing and sociable character.