Hot off their show-stealing performance at last weekend’s Sonic Temple Festival, UK buzz band DON BROCO have released the video for their latest single, “Half Man Half God” – click HERE to watch.
“Half Man Half God” will be part of the setlist for DON BROCO’s first-ever U.S. headlining tour, which kicks off September 12th at Brighton Music Hall in Boston. Click HERE for tickets and see itinerary below.
DON BROCO’s star continues to rise on both sides of the pond: in the UK, they were declared “Best British Artist” by Rock Sound magazine and have not only shared stages with the likes of 30 Seconds To Mars, Bring Me The Horizon and 5 Seconds Of Summer, they recently headlined a sold-out UK arena tour of their own. They’re also 2019 Kerrang! Award nominees for “Best British Live Act.”
In the States, they just finished runs with Mike Shinoda and Dance Gavin Dance, winning new fans at every stop along the way.
“Half Man Half God” is their first new release since 2017’s critically acclaimed Top 5 album, Technology. The album, the band’s third, saw them featured on the cover of multiple Spotify playlists, including “Rocked,” “New Rock Only” and “Top of the Rock” and drew rave reviews from the British media, with Rock Sound writing, “Technology is engaging, fun and an early contender for album of the year – plus the album of this band’s career.” Kerrang! called the album “14 tracks of craziness to be embraced and shouted at from the rafters.”
DON BROCO is vocalist Rob Damiani, guitarist Simon Delaney, bassist Tom Doyle and drummer/vocalist Matt Donnelly.
“We’re very excited to be heading out on our first ever headline tour of the USA,” says Damiani. “The last couple of years we’ve been lucky enough to be a part of some of the favourite tours of our lives, and now it’s feeling right to get out and play some full headline sets with load more tunes from all our albums. We’re very grateful to all our US & Canadian fans who’ve been waiting for these shows for a while – they’re gonna be nuts!”
Their North American headlining tour is as follows:
|Thur / Sept 12||Boston, MA||Brighton Music Hall|
|Fri / Sept 13||New York, NY||Gramercy Theatre|
|Sat / Sept 14||Philly, PA||The Fillmore @ The Foundry|
|Sun / Sept 15||College Park, MD||Milkboy ArtHouse|
|Tue / Sept 17||Charlotte, NC||Amo’s|
|Wed / Sept 18||Orlando, FL||Soundbar|
|Fri / Sept 20||ATL, GA||The Masquerade|
|Sat / Sept 21||Nashville, TN||Basement East (AA)|
|Mon / Sept 23||Austin, TX||Barracuda|
|Tue / Sept 24||Dallas, TX||Club Dada|
|Thur / Sept 26||Mesa, AZ||The Nile Theatre|
|Fri / Sept 27||San Diego, CA||Irenic|
|Sat / Sept 28||Los Angeles, CA||Troubadour|
|Sun / Sept 29||San Fran, CA||Slim’s|
|Tue / Oct 1||Seattle, WA||The Crocodile|
|Wed / Oct 2||Vancouver||Biltmore|
|Thur / Oct 3||Portland, OR||Paris Theatre|
|Sat / Oct 5||SLC||Loading Dock|
|Sun / Oct 6||Denver, CO||Marquis Theatre|
|Tue / Oct 8||Chicago, IL||Bottom Lounge|
|Wed / Oct 9||Cleveland, OH||Mahall’s|
|Fri / Oct 11||Detroit, MI||The Shelter|
|Sat / Oct 12||Toronto, ON||Hard Luck|
|Sun / Oct 13||Montreal, QC||Le Ministere|