Don Broco Release New Single and Music Video “Fingernails”

Don Broco Release New Single and Music Video “Fingernails”




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April 25, 2022 – Don Broco have announced their brand new single “Fingernails” via SharpTone Records. The incendiary new track takes aim at the violent nature of the world with gargantuan riffs, punchy beatdowns and a huge anthemic chorus and is accompanied by epic animated sci-fi / dinosaur / disaster-movie style music video that Don Broco excel at. Fans can stream “Fingernails” now at

Alongside the new single, Don Broco have announced a headlining arena tour for March 2023 with support from Papa Roach andDance Gavin Dance. The four-date run will start at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (March 21st), followed by Leeds First Direct Arena (March 23rd), Birmingham Utilita Arena (March 24th) and finish at London’s Alexandra Palace (March 25th). Tickets go on sale on April 29 at 10am local time via

Beyond pumped to announce the Amazing Things arena tour featuring a line up only the sweetest dreams are made of,” shares Don Broco frontman Rob Damiani. “There’s no two ways about it, we wouldn’t be the band we are today if it wasn’t for the legends that are Papa Roach so as you can imagine we’re super excited to have the guys out with us as well as our ridiculously talented friends Dance Gavin Dance. See you next year!

Always unique, and forever pushing boundaries, Don Broco are never ones to follow the trend and the new album Amazing Thingsis very aptly named. It’s yet another genre-bending masterpiece with electro, rock, pop, metal and more all wrapped up in their own unique blend, bringing to mind the likes of Deftones, Beastie Boys and Linkin Park amongst others… but simultaneously sounding like nobody else on earth. When talking about Don Broco’s live show, The Mic Magazine in the UK shared “It had everything you could ask for: stunning visuals, infectious energy, and some of the catchiest and most anthemic rock songs that I have heard in a long time.”

Amazing Things topped the UK Official Album Chart in February this year, marking the band’s third consecutive UK Top 10 album release. The album features the Radio 1 playlisted hit single “One True Prince.”

Amazing Things saw Don Broco expand their sound further than ever before, creating a masterpiece melding electro, rock, pop, metal and more all wrapped up in their own unique blend. “Fingernails” sees the band continue to expand their sonic horizons into uncharted territories once again to astonishing effect as they continue to prove just why they are one of the most important UK rock bands today.

You can stream the album and purchase physical copies here.

Don Broco + Special Guests Papa Roach and Dance Gavin Dance UK Tour Dates

March 21, 2023 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena

March 23, 2023 – Leeds – First Direct Arena

March 24, 2023 – Birmingham – Utilita Arena

March 25, 2023 – London – Alexandra Palace

“An album that’s full of colour, emotion, vibrancy and uninhibited imagination. Get ready to be amazed” 


With their latest album, the band go even further into their own unique realm of music, fluidly crossing boundaries between rock, pop, hip-hop, R&B and more.

 Alternative Press

The new LP, Amazing Things, doubles down on the heft the band is so deft at presenting.

 American Songwriter

“Quite extraordinary [and] f*cking fantastic… Don Broco sound more radical and raucous than ever before” 

– Rock Sound

“Poised to join Bring Me The Horizon as Brit metal’s big hitters the Bedford rockers mix hard beats, epic ballad and tongue-in-cheek pop… it makes for some amazing moments” 

– Daily Star

Rather than simply playing dead, what might it take for rock to become truly daring once more? The simple answer is risks and the will to take them. Implicitly or otherwise, UK alt-rock outfit Don Broco have been taking up this challenge for most of their career.

 New Noise Magazine

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