Analog Heartbreak

Analog Heartbreak


Analog Heartbreak is high energy rock and roll with country influences. It is difficult to label Analog Heartbreak, but it is somewhere in between Whiskeytown and The Black Crowes. You might just take a listen, because it might just change your life...


With a heart in Memphis and a home split between Arkansas & Oklahoma, Ryan McClellan finally decided it was time for his music to enter the world. On the heels of heartache, pain and fragile hope McClellan encountered Britton Thurlow, a kindred soul metal rocker hailing from the big-hair/tight-pants era, with a love for keeping the beat, and Analog Heartbreak was born. David Stevens later came in on bass, and laid down their self-titled EP in June of 2006.

Charismatic front-man McClellan leads the charge driven with a passion and intensity so persuasive that few can resist joining him for the ride, while Stevens lends his passion, and Thurlow anchors the band with his laid-back California living ease.

Citing influences as far-ranging as Ryan Adams to Rush, it is no surprise that the music offers satisfaction to anyone within listening distance. The alt-country, blues-infused rock-n-roll is as aggressive as it is heartfelt and the sincerity of the lyrics will draw in anyone who has ever experienced anger over love lost or hope of a future beyond heartache, but the best news of all for Analog Heartbreak followers and new fans alike is that this is only the beginning.


Analog Heartbreak EP (2006)

Set List

I'll Forget Again, Company, Peabody Coal, Puget Shore, Come With Me, Girl with a Broken Heart, Lucrative and Love, Television, Nobody's Baby, Before, Different Ways, Like Summer. Covers include The Turtles' Elenore, AC/DC's Down Payment Blues, Social Distortion's Bad Luck, The Cult's She Sells Sanctuary, Hank Williams' Lonesome Whistle. Play one or two covers in a set, depending on the mood of the crowd. Set list ranges in time from 45 minutes to an hour and a half.