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Don Broco release disturbingly hilarious music video for “Come Out To LA”

Don Broco release music video for “Come Out To LA”

The UK Indie band Don Broco are known for their over the top music videos, mixing humor and demented imagery. The story is no different for the bands latest music video for “Come Out To LA” which is part of a series of hilariously disturbing videos in support of the bands latest album “Technology,” due out February 2nd via Sharptone Records and can be purchased HERE

I personally love what this band brings to the table. They make good music and they’re forever entertaining. The story telling nature of the song and video come through nicely all while being able to not take themselves too serious. I really feel bands like Don Broco are important. The music is relatable and easy to move to, yet when they release videos like this it allows you to escape reality a bit and just enjoy. Isn’t that what good music is supposed to do?

The video is a follow up to the bands previously released music videos for the album’s tracks, “T-shirt song” & “Stay Ignorant.” The song follows the band in a journey of what making it is or rather what it isn’t like.

Don Broco’s lead vocalist Rob Damiani says of the story behind the video, “Like most bands when they first sign a worldwide deal, we were shipped off to LA to meet the bigwigs and shoot videos. We had someone taking us to fancy meals, promising us the world, and in our naivety, we lapped it all up. It quickly became apparent that it’s just a facade.”

The video begins with the band performing their previously released single “Stay Ignorant” as vocalist Damiani can be seen being hit and killed by a van on the set of their music video. As we know in rock n’ roll, the show must go on, the band can be seen ready & willing to move on with the band’s drummer Matt Donnelly taking over lead vocal duties for the group. Soon after the track for “Come Out To LA” starts to play as the guys head to Hollywood for their first show as a trio, unaware of the diabolical planning going on behind the scenes with singer Damiani’s corpse.

The new album Technology is the band’s third album and follow up to the well received 2015 release AutomaticAutomatic’s success skyrocketed Don Broco into the mainstream. The band played various arena shows throughout the UK and Europe with the likes of the heavy hitting Bring Me The Horizon and even a headlining show at the world famous Brixton Academy.

Don Broco went on to ink a deal with Indie label Sharptone Records and in 2016 they released the first single off of “Technology” titled “Everybody”.  Fans of the band can catch “Come Out To La” live, as the band gears up for a busy 2018, it starts first with a North American Tour that kicks off March 8th, 2018 with Our Last Night in San Francisco, CA check out the music video for “Come Out To LA” below as well as the bands upcoming tour dates!



March 8 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s

March 10 – Portland, OR @ The Hawthorne Theatre

March 11 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

March 13 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue

March 14 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater

March 16 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge

March 17 – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird

March 18 – Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot

March 20 – Toronto, ON @ Mod Club

March 21 – Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

March 22 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

March 23 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage

March 24 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium

March 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts

March 27 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club

March 28 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle

March 29 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown

March 30 – Atlanta, GA @ Heaven at The Masquerade

March 31 – Orlando, FL @ The Beacham

April 2 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall

April 3 – Dallas, TX @ RBC

April 4 – San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall

April 6 – Mesa, AZ @ Club Red

April 7 –  Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom


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