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Fresh New Music :Broken Bells

You might not know the name Brian Burton, but I’m sure you’ve heard of Danger Mouse. Well, they are one and the same.

He teamed up with James Mercer of The Shins back in 2010 and recorded under the name Broken Bells. They had a bit of success, reaching into the top on the charts with their self-titled debut album, which was nominated a Grammy  for Best Alternate Album  in  2011.
 
They are getting ready to release a new album in the new year, but have leaked this new single, “Holding on for Life”


 
Broken Bell’s next album, “After the Disco” will be released January 14.                                                               image:flickr commons


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I'm dying to hear their new album. It doesn't come out till February 4th! :( But they released "After The Disco" on Spotify and it's awesome! https://play.spotify.com/album/0FSewyWQcGXldg7piFwMV3
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