A Broken Line – self-titled review

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This Long Beach, CA band may have taken the name A Broken Line, but their music is a seamless amalgamation of divergent genres. Punk, ska, and pop punk, are flawlessly fused together on the band’s self-titled, debut release.

Several years in the making, A Broken Line’s new album captures the raw energy and creativity of the band’s live set in a studio recording.

Lyrically upbeat and positive, A Broken Line, digs into life in the city and the realities that confront us each day. Running the streets, driving fast, searching for meaning and connection, love, and faith, find a place in the songs.

A Broken Line, with its fast pace, driving beat, and intelligent lyrics, have melded together into a singularly outstanding and impressive release.

We’re making ends meet, we’re making ends meet
To the sound of the city as it sweeps all the quitters like clutter to the gutter.
We’re making ends meet, we’re making ends meet
To the sound of the city as it sweeps all the dreamers like us right here together

– John Tesh! You’re Giving Us a Bad Name

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