Don Broco have released their new single “Uber”, taken from the forthcoming new album Amazing Things, which will be released on September 17th via Sharptone Records. “Uber” is a huge neon-fuelled anthem brimming with biting guitars, dream-like synths and irresistible stirring vocals. The track is lyrically informed by their time in America, the result of and a reaction to a number of shocking situations that the band found themselves in. “This was the first song we started writing for the album a few years ago touring the States,” say the band. “Within the space of a week three separate ‘Uber’ drivers were openly racist in front of us, I guess assuming as white guys we’d share their views. ‘Uber’ is about being angry about that, being angry that racists seem to be growing in confidence to speak their hate in public and it’s a reminder to me to call out that discrimination whenever I see it.” The new single follows the release of the captivating and immersive single “One True Prince”, a luscious musical journey accompanied by a beautifully expansive video that promotes the uplifting and reaffirming message that hard times don’t last forever. They also recently released the ferocious album opener “Gumshield”, which explores the pitfalls of social media, specifically the damned-if-you-do-damned-if-you-don’t nature of taking a position on issues online. The video is another spectacular, with Damiani stepping into the boxing ring against UK British Heavyweight champion Dave ‘White Rhino’ Allen.