Don Broco’s “The Blues” Is Proof That They’re Overachievers When It Comes To Fun

Legendary summer

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

UK rockers Don Broco partied and toured like YOLO overachievers this summer as they show us in their new video “The Blues.” It’s a compilation of the band’s tour life including Warped Tour and European shows with 30 Seconds To Mars and Mike Shinoda. You get to see them kill it onstage and behaving like giant toddlers behind the stage. Watch below:

“We had an absolute blast this summer,” shared singer Rob Damiani. “Getting to experience Warped Tour on its last ever run, especially us playing it for the first time, was an insane few weeks we’ll never forget. We got back to the UK just in time for Reading & Leeds and honestly couldn’t have asked for a better set of homecoming shows. It was a mad weekend at our fave fest in the world. Straight after that we headed to Europe for some big ol’ gigs with 30 Seconds To Mars and Mike Shinoda and got to play some places for the very first time (shoutout Poland!) We couldn’t fit anywhere near it all into three and a half minutes, but we tried and hope you enjoy our vid for ‘The Blues’. To everyone that caught us live this summer thank you and we’ll be seeing you all very soon!”

“The Blues” is from Don Broco’s latest album Technology, which was released back in February 2, 2018. Don Broko will be embarking on another extensive North American tour as the main support for Linkin Park’s Mike Sinoda and even hit Japan with Man With A Mission before ending 2018. They’ll start touring Europe again early 2019, so you really don’t have any excuse to miss them:

North America 2018

10/10 – Mtelus (Montreal, QC, Canada)

10/11 – Rebel Toronto (Toronto, ON, Canada)

10/13 – The Rooftop at Pier 17 (New York, NY, USA)

10/14 – The Fillmore Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

10/15 – Sherman Theater (Stroudsburg, PA, USA)

10/17 – The Fillmore Charlotte (Charlotte, NC, USA)

10/19 – The Ritz Ybor (Tampa, FL, USA)

10/20 – House of Blues (Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA)

10/21 – Tabernacle (Atlanta, GA, USA)

10/23 – The Ritz (Raleigh, NC, USA)

10/25 – House of Blues (New Orleans, LA, USA)

10/28 – House of Blues (Dallas, TX, USA)

10/30 – House o fBlues (Las Vegas, NV, USA)

112 – Hollywood Palladium (Hollywood, CA, USA)

11/5 – House of Blues (Anaheim, CA, USA)

11/6 – The Masonic (San Francisco, CA, USA)

11/8 – The Depot (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)

11/9 – The Fillmore Auditorium (Denver, CO, USA)

11/11 – House of Blues (Chicago, IL, USA)

11/12 – Bogarts (Cincinnati, OH, USA)

11/14 – House of Blues (Boston, MA, USA)

11/16 – The Fillmore (Detroit, MI, USA)

11/17 – The Fillmore (Silver Spring, MD, USA)

Asia 2018

12/18 – Zepp Osaka Bayside (Osaka, Japan)

12/19 – Toyosu Pit (Tokyo, Japan)

Europe 2019

1/17 – Sala Cool Stage (Madrid, Span)

1/18 – LaNau (Barcelona, Spa)

1/19 – Legend Club (Milan, Italy)

1/21 – Flex (Vienna, Austria)

1/22 – Proxima (Warsaw, Poland)

1/24 – Bi Nuu (Berlin, Germany)

1/25 – Zoom (Frankfurt, Germany)

1/26 – La Maroquinerie (Paris, France)

1/27 – Club Volta (Cologne, Germany)

1/29 – TivoliVredenburg (Utrecht, Netherlands)

2/1 – Victoria Warehouse (Manchester, UK)

2/2 – Victoria Warehouse (Manchester, UK)

2/3 – Plymouth Pavilions (Plymouth, UK)

2/5 – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff (Cardiff, UK)

2/7 – Usher Hall (Edinburgh, UK)

2/8 – Motorpoint Arena Nottingham (Nottingham, UK)

2/9 – SSE Arena (London, UK)