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Denver's Broken Record are making emo and pop punk for those of us who try to pretend we hate the genres. Their latest single, "See It Through," has this epic build to it, and it more akin to late 90's pop punk and emo than the early 00's commercial explosion. It has this driving force behind the song along with fuzzy, post-punk guitars that are surprisingly melodic. It's going to give you flashbacks of Sunny Day Real Estate, The Promise Ring, and Bleed American era Jimmy Eat World. It's a giant, soaring song that keeps its roots planted firmly in punk rock.
You can listen to "See It Through" below. Nothing Moves Me is due out August 22 on Really Rad Records, and is available for pre-order through Bandcamp. For more on Broken Record, check out the band's website.