Don Broco Showcase Stadium Rock Sound with ‘One True Prince’

With two lighthearted singles under their belt already, it was only a matter of time before Don Broco dropped the gags and took a serious turn with the music from their forthcoming album Amazing Things (out October 22 – pushed back) and today is the day!

One True Prince‘ and the accompanying video are heavy, but not in the way of breakdowns and blastbeats, more so in the way of heavyfelt emotion and sound because the lads have gone in a stadium rock direction with this one and it just shows how large Broco are and can sound when they pour their hearts into their music.

On the new release, frontman Rob Damiani says:

“’One True Prince’ is about finding comfort in the fact that whatever you’re going through and however bad it may feel, nothing lasts forever. In these moments I try to remind myself how insignificant I am. Just one person amongst billions, on a rock orbiting a dying star, in a universe that will eventually implode on itself. And when my problems are put in perspective, it’s about celebrating that despite the little time we have in this world we are still capable of creating so much beauty and happiness. We’re about to do amazing things.”

Featuring a lost astronaut (a nod to fellow UK band Architects maybe!?) walking through an untouched landscape and encouraging lyrics reminding us that we are enough for this world, this will fast become your pick me up track whenever you’re feeling down with all the doom and gloom in the world right now.

Stream ‘One True Princehere

Pre-Order/Save Amazing Things here

Don Broco – Amazing Things tracklisting

1. Gumshield
2. Manchester Super Reds No.1 Fan
3. Swimwear Season
4. Endorphins
5. One True Prince
6. Anaheim
7. Uber
8. How Are You Done With Existing?
9. Bruce Willis
10. Revenge Body
11. Bad 4 Ur Health
12. Easter Sunday

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