Posts Tagged ‘Broken Records’

Following on from our 10th Birthday at the end of 2016, and before the release of our upcoming fourth album ‘What We Might Know’ in March 2018, we’ve been looking back and taking stock, and it turns out we’ve come a helluva long way in the last 11+ years!

We’ve found there are quite a few interesting bits and pieces sitting in the archives that either haven’t previously had a proper release (eg, Beer Drunk Soul), are an alternative earlier version of an established favourite, a chaotic live track (embryonic live version of A Darkness Rises Up), or just a curio that gives a bit of insight as to how a particular track came about (‘Mandolin Song, Basel’). So as it’s the end of the year, and before we get on with the serious business of the new record in the Spring, we thought you might like to join us for a bit of nostalgia from our last decade. And there’s always a tale to be told…



Im so glad there is something new from the Edinburgh band BROKEN RECORDS, the EP “Toska” the raw power of this band featuring Jamie Sutherlands Vocals in one of Scotland’s finest bands, songs rooted in the folk tradition with accomplished playing featuring piano, strings and percussion.

Scottish band BROKEN RECORDS have a new Ep now available “Toska” this is the title track performed solo on piano, this track precedes a new album “Weights and Pulleys” due next month