Brakes start work on third album

Band are confused by 'a generic, half time, anthemic pop-rock group'

Brakes start work on third album
Brakes are heading into the studio this week to work on their third album, which they are calling 'Thunk'.

The band announced the working title for the follow-up to 'Give Blood' and 'The Beatific Visions' on their Myspace blog.

Bassist Marc Beatty wrote: "We'll be safely tucked away, busily furrowing away on album three."

He also went on to explain how indie band Royworld's new single 'Brakes' has confused the group, saying: "We had a shock whilst driving recently when after said song the DJ announced: 'That was Brakes...'.

"There was a moment of pure panic, had we all blacked out for several months and morphed into a generic, half time, anthemic pop rock group? '......by Royworld,' the DJ continued."

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