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The Breaking | Current Through the Wire

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Current Through the Wire

by The Breaking

Dark ambient indie rock influenced by various albums of the 70s and 90s like Achtung Baby, The Bends, Rumors, and Dark Side of the Moon.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Breaking is a new band by multi-instrumentalist songwriter Adam Sweeney (Incredible Yacht Control, The Cabin Project, Adam Sweeney & the Jamboree).

The band's sound is quite a departure from the straightforward folk rock of Sweeney's previous project, The Jamboree. Banjo and accordion have been replaced by swirling psychedelic harmonies, jangly 12-string and growling reverb-laden electric guitars.

Sweeney cites a diverse range of acts from the 70s and 90s as influences on the new project, including REM, Fleetwood Mac, CSNY, and U2's Achtung Baby.

With Sweeney on electric guitar and vocals, his band consists of Rian Lewis (Crosstide, The Dimes) on drums, Jay Haser (Lifesavas) on bass, and Chris Benson (Supercrow) on lead guitar, and Matthew Casebeer (Derby) on keys.

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