Heartbreak Club releases Lamecore EP to online stores today

Australian neo punks, Heartbreak Club self-released their debut EP, Lamecore worldwide to online stores today. Lamecore, currently available in stores in Australia via Reign Records, is now also available for purchase everywhere online at stores such as iTunes, eMusic, Real, Rhapsody and Audio Lunchbox.

Heartbreak Club came together in late 2005 record Lamecore with Luke Garfield (Lout). Rick O'Neil (U2, Faith No More) helped to master.

The band wants to destroy the emo movement with a large douse of clever, self-deprecating lyrics ignited by their unique chord arrangements and good humored pop hooks. Perhaps it is their ability to mock and embrace the emotional conventions of western-world youth, mainly through their self-deprecating eyes, that gives the group a connection to them.

Heavily influenced by The Get Up Kids, Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Green Day, The New Amsterdams and Zolof the Rock 'n' Roll Destroyer, among many others - Heartbreak Club are understudies to today's most popular and  genuine outfits. They are currently in pre-production of their debut album and will be touring in the United States this summer.

For more information on Heartbreak Club, please visit www.heartbreakclub.org, and or Reign Records - www.reignrecords.com.au.

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