Build Them to Break: "Song and Dance" (Punknews Exclusive)

Build Them to Break: “Song and Dance” (Punknews Exclusive)

Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new song by Build Them to Break.

On "Song and Dance," the band embraces 90s pop-punk and snaps between charging guitar lines and melodic choruses. This music might be sweet sounding, but it has a backbone.

Build Them to Break's new album Pushed Aside is out October 21 and the band will have a record release show at Milk Bar in San Francisco. Check out "Song and Dance" below, right now.

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Photo Credit: John Paul Allen

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