Broken Melody Records (BMR) Presents : ‘Broken Melody #001’ Compilation CD and Digital E.P.

Hi there,

I’m getting in touch to tell you about the first release from Broken Melody Records. We are a new label based in Belfast, working with exciting new bands from Northern Ireland. ‘Broken Melody #001’ is a compilation featuring seven bands who we feel represent the fantastic talent N.I. has to offer. Details below.

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Broken Melody Records (BMR) Presents :

‘Broken Melody #001’ Compilation CD and Digital E.P.

Out Now!


The Couth

Pretty Child Backfire

Clown Parlour

Seven Summits


Future Chaser


Broken Melody #001 is the first of a planned series of compilations and represents what the label loves about music in Northern Ireland today. Featuring Future Chaser, Wyldling, The Couth, Clown Parlour, Hurdles, Pretty Child Backfire and Seven Summits. It is available on all popular digital sites and on limited edition CD from the 27th August.

“The Broken Melody series is a testament to the bands and writers who endeavour to make music that moves us, shakes us, jolts us awake and then soothes us; the melodies and rhythms we live our lives by.”

‘Broken Melody #001’ Tracklisting :

1. Hurdles – Kaleidoscope

2. The Couth – Cycles

3. Pretty Child Backfire – I Wish I Knew You Better

4. Clown Parlour – Mix Tapes

5. Seven Summits – Sooner Or Later

6. Wyldling – Demons

7. Future Chaser – Bronze

Here is a link to Soundcloud where you can listen to the compilation.

Broken Melody Records is a new record label based in Belfast city centre, the 14+ launch of their debut release – a compilation featuring 7 of the best unsigned bands in N.Ireland – takes place in the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast on Friday 16th August.


Having established a strong, ever growing fan base since their formation in November 2012,

Belfast based indie pop quartet Hurdles are on the verge of something truly brilliant. Off the

back of two impossibly infectious singles totally brimming with propulsive rhythms and

boundless anthemic choruses – ‘Pictures’ and ‘Paper Soldiers’ – their new single ‘Kaleidoscope’

distils their subtly euphoric shtick into 227 seconds of guitar pop brilliance.

The Couth

The Couth take influences from the surf rock sound of 60’s Beach Boys mixed with the punk roots of the Ramones and the Clash polished off with the catchy modern indie rock of the Strokes. Their live shows are renowned for being a wholly sweaty gripping affair!

Pretty Child Backfire

Hailing from Mid-Ulster, young upstarts Pretty Child Backfire demonstrate with ease how a great pop song should sound. Following championing from Snow Patrol helmsman Gary Lightbody, the band have been arming themselves with a raft of new songs for their debut record due for release in 2014.

Clown Parlour

Clown Parlour is the side project of Mojo Fury main man Michael Mormecha. If you imagine Trent Reznor inviting the Beatles round for afternoon tea you will get somewhere close to the sonics of Mix Tapes.

Seven Summits

Seven Summits are Rory Nellis, Dominic Coyle, Ciaran McKenna, Francis McCrory and Joe Laverty. They use a range of guitar & synth sounds to create melody-driven alternative music. Feel good music at its best!


An electronic rock act from Derry/Londonderry, NI fronted by live wire Jilly St John. Energetic and enigmatic performances this act promise & deliver BAGS of attitude, HUGE riffs, DIRTY beats, & more hooks than you can shake a stick at!

Future Chaser

Future Chaser began 10 years ago when the members were just 13 years old. In their time together they have won the RTE2 FM’s School of Rock, played at Oxegen, had a song featured on the Northern Irish Tourist Board campaign and have recently released their first E.P.

Find us on Facebook at or on Twitter @BrokenMelodyRec


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