DON BROCO Release New Single + Video ‘Fingernails’

UK chart-toppers DON BROCO have released their brand-new single Fingernails via Sharptone Records. The incendiary new track takes aim at the violent nature of the world with gargantuan riffs, punchy beatdowns and a huge anthemic chorus. It’s accompanied by the kind of epic animated sci-fi / dinosaur / disaster-movie style video that DON BROCO excel at!

With the release of Fingernails, DON BROCO have also announced a huge arena tour for March 2023 with support from Papa Roach and Dance Gavin Dance. The four-date run will start at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (March 21), followed by Leeds First Direct Arena (March 23), Birmingham Utilita Arena (March 24) and finish at London’s Alexandra Palace (March 25).

Regarding the tour DON BROCO frontman Rob Damiani says, “Beyond pumped to announce the Amazing Things arena tour featuring a line up only the sweetest dreams are made of. There’s no two ways about it, we wouldn’t be the band we are today if it wasn’t for the legends that are Papa Roach so as you can imagine we’re super excited to have the guys out with us as well as our ridiculously talented friends Dance Gavin Dance. See you next year!

DON BROCO will be featuring their brand-new single, Fingernails, alongside fan favourites and tracks from their No.1 album ‘Amazing Things’, which topped the UK Official Album Chart in February this year. The album became the band’s third consecutive UK Top 10 album release and features hit singles including the Radio 1 playlisted One True Prince.

‘Amazing Things’ saw DON BROCO expand their sound further than ever before, creating a masterpiece melding electro, rock, pop, metal and more all wrapped up in their own unique blend.

Fingernails sees the band continue to expand their sonic horizons into uncharted territories once again to astonishing effect as they continue to prove just why they are one of the most important UK rock bands today.

Fingernails IS OUT NOW

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With thanks to Sharptone Records

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