Don Broco head to White Rabbit, Plymouth
UPWARDLY mobile indie rockers Don Broco, who were given the title of "best new rock artists of 2012" by iTunes, stop off at the White Rabbit tomorrow night.
"The South West has been a bit of a second home," says frontman Rob Daniani ahead of the city date.
"When we first started doing shows a couple of years ago we managed to hop on bills at the Rabbit but this will be our first real South West headline show so we are especially pumped!"
They're coming to promote their debut album Priorities, which was given the thumbs up by the music press, Kerrang awarding it KKKK, Q, loving the "big choruses and instant melodies" and Rocksound hailing the band as "undeniably talented".
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The album captures their upbeat, catchy sing-along rock style with down-to-earth lyrics.
"The songs are predominantly about things which we have gone though in our lives ranging from songs about mates who abandon the friendship group when they become loved-up with girls, to songs about the kind of guys who you meet in the industry who pretend they're your best mate but who don't even know your name!"
The highlight of their career for the band, who have been together for three and a half years, was playing Reading festival last year.
"Reading was always the festival we went to growing up and dreamed of playing. To play to an absolutely packed tent was a real moment for us and my mum and dad came so I felt extra proud that they got to see us perform in front of such an insane crowd."
And they'll be hoping to repeat the insanity at the White Rabbit.
"There will be a ton of crowd participation, we like to get people really involved in the show. We wrote these tunes to be performed live so coming to a show like this will give you an impression of the songs as they were intended – loud, catchy and fun."