Stock Footage drop debut album ‘Broken Together’

Brooklyn based duo Stock Footage released their first full length album ‘Broken Together’ with a seamless blend of indie pop and rock melodies, all tied together with their trademark horns and depth of instrumentals. The band’s influences of indie punk add another dimension to their evolving sound, forming an authentic grit that radiates throughout their new LP. With Jake DeRango on guitar and vocals and Tom Pilcher on drums, the longtime friends have built a special musical chemistry firmly heard in their artistry, and the fusion of their talents is truly powerful.

Speaking of the release, Jake DeRango says, “Since starting Stock Footage, I’ve had the goal of writing a full length album and adding a horn section to our sound, and I’m excited that we get to share that vision with the world. The album is a search for peace and comfort in the chaos of the modern world. The interplay between loud and quiet, driving and contemplative, indie rock guitar and horns are central to the musicality of the album, all while based in pop hooks and structure. It’s hard to pick favorites, but stand out tracks include ‘Broken Together’, ‘You and Me’, ‘Over and Over Again’, and ‘Your Love is not Enough’.”

The band have already built up an abundance of notable support, with the lead single of their new LP ‘Broken Together’. Their release of ‘Broken Together’ has certainly highlighted the band’s ambitious and unique style, and their cutting edge sound is one that does not go unnoticed.


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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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