|Jan / 2017||•||Icebreaker Festival||Little Johnny Russells|
|Dec / 2014||•||Le Pop In - Paris, France|
|Nov / 2014||•||Club Wakuum - Graz, Austria|
|Nov / 2014||•||Subway to Peter - Chemnitz, Germany|
|Nov / 2014||•||Metro Music Bar - Brno, Czech Republic|
|Oct / 2014||•||Talking Heads - Southampton|
|Oct / 2014||•||Drift Bar - Southsea|
|Sep / 2014||•||Lomax - Liverpool|
|Sep / 2014||•||The Brunswick - Gloucester|
|Sep / 2014||•||Supporting The Chameleons||Forum Bielefeld - Bielefeld, Germany|
|Aug / 2014||•||The Railway Inn - Winchester|
|Jun / 2014||•||The Joiners, Southampton|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Disasters: Ways To Leave a Scene||Album||2012|
|Prototypes: Cause + Effect||EP||2011|
|The Fine Line Between Choice/Decay||EP||2010|
|Resisting Movement and the Almost Advisory||EP||2010|
Atmospheric guitars, melancholic vocals and electronic soundscapes form a musical vehicle for psychoanalytical and emotionally complex lyrical themes, resulting in a dark and powerful aural experience.
Originally taking influence from an array of acts ranging from Joy Division, Depeche Mode, and Nine Inch Nails to Manic Street Preachers and Bush, Broken Links have evolved a sound that’s very unique to themselves and unlike anyone on the scene today.
Broken Links have built a strong loyal fanbase following the release of three EPs, two album’s, and playing shows with the likes of British Sea Power, The Boxer Rebellion, InMe, My Vitriol, Chameleons Vox, and 22 in the UK, Germany and Italy.