Fresh from their five-year hiatus, Broken Social Scene drop 'Halfway Home'.
Returning after seven years with a new single, 'Halfway Home', is Canadian collective Broken Social Scene. They've also got a new album on the way, but don't expect to get to hear it until Fall time, unless of course you catch them live during their summer dates.
Broken Social Scene return with their first album in seven years
Broken Social Scene are finally set to return with a new album this year, following 2010's Canadian number one 'Forgiveness Rock Record'. 'Halfway Home' is the first track to be released from the record; a soaring, uplifting tune which they performed live for the very first time on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' yesterday (March 30th 2017). Metric's Emily Haines and James Shaw, and Amy Millan and Evan Cranley of Stars joined them for the show.
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