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April 8, 2015


Hi all

Before Before, the new album by Infinity Broke comes out this Friday April 10th. CDs are ready to go straight out to you as are downloads and vinyl will be available to pre-purchase. We’re still waiting for the inserts to arrive but it should be soonish. When you buy vinyl on Bandcamp you automatically get a download and the vinyl includes a MP3 download card. Go to Bandcamp HERE

CDs will be available at stores as will vinyl as some stores once we have stock. We’ve had a couple of reviews come in as well which are at the end of this post.


Remember our tour starts on May 14th. Tickets for Melbourne will be available soon and links for Brisbane and Sydney are with the dates. All other shows have tickets at the door.

Thur May 14 – Canberra

The Phoenix
+ Agency

Facebook Event 

Fri May 15 – Melbourne

The Tote
+ Ivy St. + Pale Heads

Facebook Event

Sat May 16 – Adelaide

The Metro
+ Blush Response + Matthew Hayward

Facebook Event

Fri May 22 – Brisbane

The Bearded Lady
+ Tape/Off+ Ghost Notes
Facebook Event

Tickets for Brisbane

Fri May 29 – Newcastle

The Stag and Hunter
Free entry 8pm – 11:30 pm
Facebook Event

Sat May 30 – Sydney

The Factory Floor
+ Yes I’m Leaving + The Maladies
Facebook Event

Tickets for Sydney


The many fans of indie cult faves Bluebottle Kiss will already know this, but if you’re into The Drones and don’t know where to turn while waiting for something new from them, look no further than Infinity Broke. The Sydney band led by Jamie Hutchings – already known for carving a singular path with his rock ways in Bluebottle Kiss – is back with a second album, Before Before. Their swingin’ and stompin’ blues-hued rock is matched by the passion play in Hutchings’ poetic lyrics, some angular art-damage and some sweet gospel touches. It’s an excellent follow-up to the debut River Mirrors, riffing on similar energy but even more streamlined, working open-faced and in the raw.


3  1/2 stars

“Jamie Hutchings has always been good at catharsis. Despite six albums with Sydney cult-heroes Bluebottle Kiss and three solo records, he again sounds inspired with Infinity Broke: the blistering Before Before comes just a year after the four-piece’s excellent debut River Mirror. Recorded live in a NSW country shed, Before Before evokes that setting’s rural isolation: the roaring “Famine of Words” elicits white-knuckle night drives; “Dog Fall” melds colossal metal riffs with blistered blues and a make-do choir. Like fellow noise-wringers the Drones, Infinity Broke conjure savage terrain both domestic and emotional by locating the sting in words and guitars.”    Marcus Teague Check out the review HERE

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