THEATRE BREAKS LOOSE

STREAMS NEW EP

STRANGER PLACES, GREATER THINGS

TODAY FOR AOL LISTENING PARTY

Oklahoma’s favorite pop rock sons THEATRE BREAKS LOOSE want you to join the party! Stranger Places, Greater Things, the band’s breakthrough EP releasing tomorrow, is a featured listen at AOL’s Listening Party. Drawing comparisons to such heavy hitters as Acceptance, The Almost and Cute is What We Aim For, THEATRE BREAKS LOOSE is a band with heart and the chops to back it up.

Stranger Places, Greater Things, Theatre Breaks Loose newest EP, has all of the elements you would expect from a pop punk outfit; driving beats, chorus-like bridges, melodic keyboard and emotional lyrics. Yet somehow, Theatre Breaks Loose makes the sometimes redundant pop punk genre interesting by experimenting with trade-off vocals, multiplying melodies, and a complimenting yet not overbearing accompaniment.” –Hopecore.com Magazine

Check out AOL’s Listening Party for Stranger Places, Greater Things HERE

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