Friday, December 16, 2011

Broken Bricks- Pop Song (Video) and Little Fugitives Free Album Download

Broken Bricks consists of Marlon Chaplin and Luke Kuplowsky, both songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, fleshed out by Joey Clement on bass and backing vocals and Matt Duncan on drums and percussive duties. What brought these two together can best be described as serendipitous; an impromptu jam session after an unexpected meeting in their highschool hallway--Chaplin with guitar in hand, Kuplowsky wielding his harmonica and as the story goes, "no one spoke, they only played". From that day forward they began writing and playing as Broken Bricks. 

Over the last few years, the band has gained a lot of notoriety in Canada for their highly energetic and infectious live shows. This "can't miss" act hailing from Toronto engage their audience with catchy, brit-pop influenced rock and roll infused with unadulterated garage glamor and endless instruments.

Their 2011 record, Little Fugitives,  has solidified the band's already stellar reputation as one of Toronto's best new indie rock acts. The eight track album reveals the band's impressive arsenal of sound that enthusiastically jumps from pop to modern indie rock to acoustic without confusing the listener. After indie rock fans hear the album's opener, "Pop Song", and feast their eyes on the accompanying visuals, Broken Bricks will undoubtedly be used to build their cities of playlists and mixtapes for years to come.

Little Fugitives is still available as a free download, so head on over to Broken Bricks' bandcamp page and exchange your email for a piece of Northern pop rock.

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