Indie Rockers the Breaking Pattern take centre stage with their debut album ‘There are road maps in our
veins’. Taking influences from Real Friends, Man Overboard and The Wonderyears the new albums lead track ‘Let Love Go’ is a perfect teaser as to what the rest of the album has to offer, leaving you wondering about the construction and flow of the full-length debut, which doesn’t disappoint, the band have a wealth of experience that can definitely be heard in the record.
I’d be reluctant to call this a break up album, more a realistic insight into human relationships, Front man Derek said, :‘The album is somewhat of a break-up album, chronicling the various stages of a doomed relationship from the moments leading up to the split until the resolution and recovery. I say “somewhat” because it is not a concept album. The songs do not tell one specific story, but are a compilation of personal experience and the stories I’ve witnessed from friends who had their own hearts disintegrated into red dust.’
The album released April 8th is available to purchase here