London born pop rock quintet TWO YEAR BREAK release new single

London based pop rock quintet TWO YEAR BREAK reveal their new video for single release ‘Change My Mind’. In the last twelve months the band have been focusing on working hard in the studio to develop their sound and it definitely paid off as ‘Change My Mind’ was aired on BBC Radio Essex on their BBC Introducing in Essex show.

“‘Change My Mind’ is about not being happy in a relationship. We wanted to take a very direct and blunt approach about how the relationship wasn’t going to work and we wrote the lyrics in a conversational style to really capture this. Being in this situation can be some what difficult and sometimes it would seem the easier option would be to accept things the way they are. Although this is an emotional subject, the writing style of the song intends to soften this feeling and deprive the listener from feeling guilt over this situation. If they ever find themselves engulfed in something similar the song intends to notify them that it is ok to not want to be with someone.”

You can watch the new video for ‘Change My Mind’ here below..

The band recently performed at this year’s Camden Rocks Festival for the second year in a row, as well as Gabeto Festival, alongside The Fallen State and The LaFontaines.

If you like guitar driven music, instantly appealing riffs and music you can sing and dance along too then TWO YEAR BREAK will be right up your street as new single ‘Change My Mind’ has the perfect mix between catchiness and sing along choruses.


Bradley Howard – Lead Vocals
Charlie Barnard – Guitar / Backing Vocals
Tony Scibetta – Guitar
Dan Wright – Bass / Backing Vocals
George Lilley – Drums

For all press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

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