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Debrasco

Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom

Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom
Band Alternative Rock

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Discography

Destiny. Fate. Time EP
One Truth in a Thousand Lies Album
The Joys of Chaos Album

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Debrasco’s profile has continued to rise over the past year thanks to appearances on various radio stations, podcasts, numerous gigs and lots of social networking!

Eager to provide their quickly expanding fan base with new music, the band released their debut album ' The Joys of Chaos' in December 2010! The new album provides something for everyone: From laid back soulful grooves with contrasting vocal melodies to fierce attacks on the senses of songs like ‘Down’ and ‘Nice Little Earner’ with screaming vocals, sonic booms and scorching guitars. ‘Got it Made’, ‘Today’ and 'Soviet' demonstrate the bands ability to blend rocking tunes with catchy melodies that will be bouncing along in your head long after you’ve heard the songs. Throughout the album, the lyrics reflect on a variety of emotional circumstances that life throws at us all but retains a firm grip on the positives in life. The band show that if you truly believe in something, despite all the odds, you should follow your dreams. This is clearly stated on the track ‘Something to Prove’ – ‘I’ve still got something to prove, but I’ve nothing to prove to you.’

‘The Joys of Chaos’ has all the ingredients that a true rock record should have!

Debrasco recorded ‘Destiny. Fate. Time.’ , their first EP, on Hell monkey Records in April 2009. It high-energy blend of pop-punk, rock n’ roll overflowing with insanely catchy choruses, grinding guitars, booming bass, thundering drums and lung bursting screams that set tone for the Debrasco live experience. ‘Sorry for Nothing’ launches a scathing attack on the people we really don't need in our lives and details that you should feel ‘sorry for nothing’ if you truly believe in what your doing is right. ‘Stand Up and Be Counted’ focuses on the monotony of working life and how people struggle to express their individuality in the working scene (Check out the video on Youtube). The subject of every individual’s thoughts and feelings, are tackled in “You Can’t Save Me Tonight’ as the song addresses the fact that no matter where you are, you are essentially alone and no-one can save you from your thoughts or protect you from your subconscious. The EP closes with the jagged pop-punk of ‘This Monkey’s going to Hell’, a song about a bank robber who does one last job so he can 'retire', but gets caught and reflects on his life...from his cell. The EP has gone on to sell in excess hard copies as well as downloads.

October 2010 saw Jason and Nicki release an intimate acoustic album 'One truth in a Thousand Lies' which featured seven brand new songs as well as three live favourites stripped back to simply acoustic guitar and vocals. The acoustic side to the band demonstrates an ability to blend harmonies and shows that the songs can be stripped back to the basics but still retain their original power and intensity.

Debrasco will be appearing at several UK festivals and are planning a UK tour in summer 2011 in support of ‘The Joys of Chaos’.