‘Interference’ by Breton OUT TODAY
"a ram-raiding, marauding beast of a tune.." thestoolpigeon.co.uk
“invention as a priority, accessibility a lovely bonus... What pop could be in a parallel dimension." BBC Music
“Animal Collective directing a Ray Winston movie” NME
Breton's new single 'Interference' is released today and is available from our online store. It is taken from the band's hugely anticipated forthcoming debut LP 'Other People's Problems' (released March 26th).
It’s a bold, epic production oozing in attitude thanks to the brass and strings courtesy of German composer and Breton hero Hauschka. He conducted and recorded an orchestra in Berlin, some parts of which were then re-sampled by Breton and worked into the song alongside the classical arrangement. The sounds heard at the end of the track are the string section putting down their bows when the recording session finished.
You can watch the video for the track, written, directed and filmed by Breton themselves here.