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Uploaded on Jun 21, 2011
To mark the release of their second album, Let Me Come Home, Broken Records have recorded five songs for the latest installment in the 4AD Sessions series.
In keeping with the stately qualities of the band's music, the session was filmed in a now derelict ornate chapel just off the Old Kent Road, built as part of the Victuallers' Asylum founded in 1827. Originally intended to house all those working in the brewing and innkeeping trade, the building has long standing royal associations, a fact reflected in the unabashed grandiosity of the five song performance.
Amidst stained-glass memorial windows and regal marble tablets, Broken Records run through stirring renditions of several album tracks, including first single 'A Darkness Rises Up', while on 'Home', brothers Jamie and Rory Sutherland deliver a stripped down performance that further highlights the emotional gravitas at the band's core.
1.A Leaving Song 2.A Darkness Rises Up 3.You Know You're Not Dead 4.The Motorcycle Boy Reigns 5.Home