Don Broco have today confirmed their brand new album Technology, due for release in early 2018 through SharpTone Records. To mark the news the band have released ‘Stay Ignorant’, the latest track from the record, available now as an instant-grat with pre-orders of the album.
‘Stay Ignorant’ is another huge rock anthem from the Bedford four-piece, with danceable riffs and massive singalong choruses. The video captures moments from the band’s surprise sets at Reading & Leeds Festivals this summer, where The Pit tent was full to bursting with fans who had worked out that the advertised billing of The Prettyboys was in fact the mighty Don Broco.
Frontman Rob Damiani explains that the lyrics to the song were inspired by the Lord Byron quote, “Sorrow is knowledge: they who know the most must mourn the deepest o’er the fatal truth, the Tree of Knowledge is not that of Life.”
The new track follows the release of the singles ‘Technology’, ‘Pretty’ and ‘Everybody’, which have delighted fans with their incredible videos.
Technology is Don Broco’s third album and follows the release of 2015’s Top 10 albumAutomatic, which propelled the band into mainstream consciousness and led them to sell out a headline show at Brixton Academy and play arenas across the UK, Europe and Japan with Bring Me The Horizon, 5 Seconds Of Summer and ONE OK ROCK. The band also toured the United States for the first time in support of State Champs.
Don Broco are now set to play the biggest headline show of their career to date at London’s Alexandra Palace on November 11th. Their performance at this iconic venue sees Don Broco truly taking a step into the big league, as they continue to cement themselves as one of the most exciting and adventurous rock bands in the UK right now.