Awakened by the pulsing currents of electro ghosts of the 80’s, The Break Up’s sound can be found in addictive synths, beats and melodies; songs about inevitable break ups, regrets, dreams, floating ropewalks and machines.
Shane Allen Hall conceived the hard beats and captivating melodies of The Break Up. Blending spirit and voice to song, Severina Sol completed the duo. Later they would add on Sarah Stewart on keyboards and Rey Guajardo on drums, and like the birth of stars in the night sky, coming together by their own talents and gravitational attraction; The Break Up would create a great disturbance of movement and sound, color and depth.
The band’s debut album Synthesis is, as stated by Regen Magazine, “Retro electro with a hearty helping of dark pop songs full of grit and attitude.”
The more I listen to this the more trouble I have choosing favorite track. I also still think this is witchhouse. Also I think your cover art is incredibly good. But I don't think it is best of your art anymore. I'll switch to Crush for a moment. jesu82
Probably not the best Birthday Massacre album but has some of the catchiest melodies in the band's discography. The vocal melody on Games is sticky af, and the whole project goes by in a satisfying manner. Very pop, very fun. alienasu