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Don Broco Release ‘Fancy Dress’ As FREE Download

After a massive impact last year with their debut album Priorities, Don Broco announced that their first offering of 2013 was to be “Fancy Dress,” which was available exclusively earlier this month as Google Play’s first ever ‘Single of the Week’ on Jan 14th for one week . The band have now opened the free download to ALL via Soundcloud.

 

Frontman Rob Damiani said “I personally HATE fancy dress parties. They are way too much effort, and after about an hour most people have changed out of what they’ve come as, and everyone is too wasted to care anyway. This song’s about the kind of parties that get a little out of control, leaving you feeling absolutely destroyed after all the fun is over.”
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DOWNLOAD NOW – http://www.donbroco.com/gb/news/detail/fancy_dress_free_download/

2013 looks set to be yet another busy one for Don Broco. Following on from the announcement of their first headline tour ‘The Priorities Tour’ in February/March ’13, which has now sold out, the band have reacted by adding five extra dates in April due to high demand, including London Koko, which has already sold out.

 

The 2013 ‘Priorities Tour’ dates are:
Feb 26th – Leeds, Cockpit (UPGRADED AND SOLD OUT)
Feb 27th – Sheffield Corporation (SOLD OUT)
Feb 28th – Newcastle, Academy 2 (SOLD OUT)
March 1st – Glasgow, Cathouse (SOLD OUT)
March 2nd – Manchester, Academy 2 (UPGRADED AND SOLD OUT)
March 30th – Liverpool, O2 Academy
April 13th – Preston, 53 Degrees
April 14th – Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms
April 16th – Brighton, Concorde 2
April 17th – Oxford, Academy 2
April 18th – London, Koko (SOLD OUT)
April 20th – Hit The Deck Festival, Bristol
April 21st – Hit The Deck Festival, Nottingham

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