Breton's new single, Interference, will be released on March 19th, through Fat Cat Records. Their debut album, Other People's Problems, will be released on March 26th, 2012. Breton will be playing three UK dates at the end of the month, in Manchester, London and Leeds.
The video for Interference follows the day in the life of a family man. We only see the back of his head throughout the whole video but we witness exactly what he sees. From dropping his two young daughters off at school, we watch as he drives to a multi storey car park, enters a warehouse and watches as his fellow thugs beat an unknown person up. It is implied that the man does not like the dark secret he possesses.
Breton formed in 2010 in South East London. It comprises Roman Rappak; Adam Ainger; Ian Patterson and Daniel McIlvenny. In their early years, they made films for the likes of The Temper Trap; Tricky and Penguin Prison. They also remixed tracks by artists such as Local Natives; Chapel Club and Maps & Atlases.
To promote the release of Other People's Problems, Breton will tour the UK and Europe and play a headline date in New York.
28th March - Corsica Studios, London
29th March - Islington Mill, Manchester
30th March - Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds
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