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Go Inside Don Broco’s Live Show In New Video 

Go inside their huge sold out Ally Pall show in epic new video!

Don Broco have revealed an epic live video for their new single, T‑Shirt Song. Filmed at their giant sold-out Ally Pally show, it shows you how capable they are of playing massive venues. The video also celebrates the band as a whole, with some throwback footage of their career so far thrown in for those who want to get nostalgic. 

Watch the video below:

If their live shows continue like that, expect them filling arenas on the reg. 

T‑Shirt Song is lifted from their upcoming new album, Technology, which will be out through Sharptone Records on February 2

They’ll also be touring again in early 2018, catch them live at the following: 

February

08: Portsmouth, Pyramids
09: Bristol, O2 Academy
10: Cardiff, Great Hall
12: Norwich, UEA
13: Nottingham, Rock City
15: Birmingham, O2 Academy
16: Manchester, Academy
17: Leeds, O2 Academy
19: Newcastle, Northumbria Institute
20: Aberdeen, Garage
21: Glasgow, Barrowlands

Posted on December 6th 2017, 9:30a.m.
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