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Don Broco have revealed new single ‘Endorphins’ alongside an official music video.

The track is the latest to taken from their forthcoming album ‘Amazing Things’, due out for digital release on 22 October 2021.

‘Endorphins’ follows previously released singles ‘Manchester Super Reds No.1 Fan’, ‘Gumshield’, ‘One True Prince’ and ‘Uber’.

Vocalist Rob Damiani commented on the accompanying music video saying, “Power Rangers was without doubt my favourite show when I was a kid…When my parents actually went through with a long threatened punishment of taking away the TV (I think because me and my brothers were fighting too much), it was the one programme I was still allowed to watch on a Saturday morning, albeit on the black and white TV in my Dad’s garden shed. After an ENTIRE YEAR of this (still can’t believe my parents actually went through with it – pure evil) for Christmas not only did they bring the TV back, I also got the Green Ranger’s Dragon Dagger for my present!”

“While writing Endorphins as soon as the line ‘mighty morphin into a piece of shit’ materialised I knew I wanted to live my childhood fantasy in the video and luckily the boys were up for it! Huge thanks to Harry Lindley and Elaina Mensing for all their hard work and talent making it happen, as well as letting me use my original Dragon Dagger in the fight against Scorpion King Beckham! We hope you guys all love the vid as much as we do.”


The band also recently unveiled a stunning live orchestral version of ‘One True Prince’, filmed in partnership with Amazon Music at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London.


Don Broco 2021 UK Tour Dates:

Newcastle O2 Academy, 25 Oct
Glasgow Barrowland, 27
Manchester Academy, 28
Manchester Academy, 29
Portsmouth Guildhall, 31
Nottingham Rock City, 01 Nov
Nottingham Rock City, 02
Norwich UEA, 04
London O2 Academy Brixton, 05
London O2 Academy Brixton, 06
Oxford O2 Academy, 08
Bristol O2 Academy, 09
Bedford Esquires, 10

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Photo Credit: Fraser Taylor