Broken Social Scene have released two EPs this year, Try The After, Vol 1 and Try The After, Vol 2. Today, on CBS This Morning, they performed three songs from those EPs — “1972,” “Remember Me Young,” and “Can’t Find My Heart” — and sat down for an interview about the “chaotic mess” … More »
Next week, Broken Social Scene are following up this year’s Let’s Try The After – Vol. 1 EP with another EP titled, you guessed it, Let’s Try The After – Vol. 2. We’ve already heard one single from it, the warm, old-school “Can’t Find My Heart.” And today they’ve shared a … More »
Last month, we got our first new Broken Social Scene music in a long time. The Canadian guitar-fuzz battalion returned with their EP Let’s Try The After – Vol. 1, their first new record since they came off of hiatus and released the 2017 album Hug Of Thunder. In that EP title, there … More »
Young upstarts Broken Social Scene are hoping to make it big at SXSW this year, fresh off the release of their Let’s Try The After – Vol 1 EP. The Canadian crew are playing a few times in Austin next week, but most notably they’ve just announced that they’ll be performing their iconique … More »
The East Village fan favorite will usher in its 2019 year of production on May 1, with a performance from Patti Smith and Her Band. The cross-genre acts that span Webster’s May event calendar prove that the event hall will continue its tradition of catering to attendees’ diverse musical preferences. Webster Hall will see acts from distinctive sonic spheres take the stage, or respectively, the decks. TroyBoi, MGMT, The Japanese House, Royal Trux, Broken Social Scene, FKJ, Sharon Van Etten, Aaron Tveit, Johnnyswim, Old Dominion, and Chromeo, who will joined by a live band, account for Webster’s multifarious May billings.
Webster will additionally see appearances from Empire Of The Sun, Real Estate, and City of the Sun later in the summer. The historic venue will also welcome the return of Emo Nite, along with its Saturday club nights, returning in September. Visit Webster Hall’s official website for a full list of events and additional information.
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Last month, Broken Social Scene announced their new Let’s Try The After – Vol. 1 EP, which seems to indicate that they are fully, officially back following their 2017 comeback album Hug Of Thunder. The Canadian collective has already shared “All I Want” from it, and today they’re sharing another track … More »
It would seem that Broken Social Scene are fully, entirely back. Two years ago, the Canadian guitar army broke a seven-year silence with the release of their Hug Of Thunder album. Last week, they showed up on The Strombo Show, debuting a couple of new songs and, in an inspired touch, … More »
Broken Social Scene recently played an eventful set for Canadian radio host George Stroumboulopoulos’ The Strombo Show, and full footage is online now. Performing in the House Of Strombo — which appears to be Stroumboulopoulos’ actual house — the Canadian indie rock collective debuted two new songs, covered Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse Of The Heart,” … More »
Last year, the Canadian collective Broken Social Scene released their first album after a seven year absence, the very good Hug Of Thunder. The band’s been touring on-and-off since then, but they’ve recently wrapped up the last of those tours and, as a little celebration, they’ve shared a new track, “Old Dead Young,” … More »
La Force is the newest project of Broken Social Scene member Ariel Engle, formerly of AroarA. Her debut single “You Amaze Me,” which came out last month, was an electronically warm love song. Her new single “Lucky One” is a quieter meditation on a similar concept, this time tinged with the fear of loss. More »