Bottle Breakers Launch new website, stream new EP
Kansas City, Missouri - March 2, 2015 - Kansas City's Bottle Breakers have announced the launch of their new website, and to celebrate, they're making their new E.P., “Weigh Anchor,” available for streaming including 3 unreleased tracks.
This will be the band's first physical release, and concludes a year-long effort to self-produce the entire release themselves. "Sometimes when life hands you a few lemons, you just have to turn that into gold records," laughs Nick Talley who engineered, mixed and 'mastered' the E.P. "But seriously, this whole things started as some demos, which ended up sounding pretty good, so we added some more songs, re-recorded a bunch of parts, and really made a go of it the second time around. This is the result."
The first single to be released from 'Weigh Anchor' will be 'Broken Boulevard'. As the band’s singer and co-songwriter Chris Kinsley explains, “This was the first song we wrote as a band, so it makes sense that it should be the first we release in to the wild.”
The band will be performing at this year’s Mid-Coast Takeover, sponsored by the Midwest Music Foundation, during SXSW in Austin Texas. The Group have booked a series of dates on the way down including stops in Memphis, Dallas, and Springfield Missouri.
For more info please visit the band’s website: www.bottlebreakerskc.com Contact: Nick Talley email@example.com Kansas City, MO Ph: 402-880-9863
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