Stock Footage’s latest offering is indie-rock anthem titled, Broken Together, named after their album to be dropped later this year. Packed with horn, and biting lead guitar, the track is more polished than the bands 2015 EP ‘Nerves and Lead’, but still maintains its indie-rock focus, whilst building on the acclaim of their 2018 release ‘Anywhere But Here’.
The band formed back in 2014 in Chicago, and have spent the last 6 years honing their unique sound.
Discussing the release, Stock Footage explain:
“Broken Together is an unconventional love song about finding someone that compliments your imperfections, the person that you feel comfortable doing nothing at all with. This was the first song I wrote after moving to Brooklyn, so it feels right that it’s the lead single and title track off of our upcoming album. It features a hooky guitar riff and driving horn lines. The first instrument I learned how to play was trombone, and I have had the idea of incorporating horns into the songwriting for Stock Footage since starting the band. I enlisted my Dad to play the trumpet and I started playing trombone again for the album. If nothing else, I hope the listener takes away that horns can be an exciting and vital part of an indie rock song.”