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"'As Long As I Can See’ is catchy and fun." [9/13/17]

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—Darcel - Music is My Life

"The band pulls from a wide range of sounds across indie, electronic, and pop to marry raw, organic characteristics with crisp, detailed digital elements and production." [9/14/2017]

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—Isiah Reyes - Enter the Venture

"Broke Royals are spreading some feel-great vibes with their latest single 'As Long As I Can See'." [9/12/2017]

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—Digital High

"Out of our national’s capital comes Broke Royals, a male duo with a sing-along, arena-ready sound that has likened them to Coldplay."

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—Billboard

"Broke Royals are one of the best new bands to emerge from Washington, D.C."

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—PureVolume

"One of the best up-and-coming bands in DC."

—CBS News

"From beginning to end, Broke Royals exemplify originality and utilize their talents to make pop music with a brain." [7/30/15]

 

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—Liv Simister- Infectious Magazine

AXS Interview Feature [7/30/2015]

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—Christa Emmer - AXS

"The result is a polished, upbeat, electro-tinged sound that's both immediately catchy, but richly layered upon further listening." [8/3/2015]

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—Sarah Murphy - Exclaim!

Make Magnet A Mixtape [7/16/15]

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—Magnet Magazine

Single Feature [6/29/15]

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—Stuart Morrison- Insomnia Radio

"I just can't resist glockenspiel-like synth lines." [6/28/2015]

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—Oliver Bouchard - GlamGlare

"Fans of Bastille and Future Islands will feel right at home among Broke Royals' danceable beats and feel good melodies" [6/24/2015]

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—Adrienne Provost- In Your Speakers

"Broke Royals make rock anthems that, on tracks like 'The Thick of It,' rise above the studio polish for a purely emotional release." [5/26/15]

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—KDHX

"Alternately cathartic and subtle, their music is infused with the emotions and experiences (no matter how small) of our daily lives. Incorporating a joyful rock noise within their synthetic pulses and patterns, Philip Basnight and Colin Cross have crafted billowing melodies that expand and consume in a cyclical pop motion." [5/22/15]

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—Joshua Pickard - Nooga

"...Not a song to miss. Its anthemic feel builds as the song grows and evolves." [5/14/15] 

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—Magnet Magazine

“Filled with harmonies and preternaturally catchy hooks that get stuck in your brain after the first listen.” 

—Mike Holtzclaw - Daily Press

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