POP ETC have debuted a new song called “Broken Record,” the latest track in their “Infinite Singles Collection.” Said lead singer and songwriter, Chris Chu, about their new song: “Time has been moving in strange ways lately and everyone seems to be talking about how surreal life is these days. It's a roller coaster, and occasionally it's monotonous at the same time. I can never seem to make sense of the rhythm, like a reoccurring dream that always ends a little too soon. We wrote a new song I think it’s about this feeling. It's called “Broken Record.” The track is the latest release from the band’s “Infinite Singles Collection,” which delivers new releases from POP ETC in batches of one or two songs every four to six weeks.
Check out the video for the track below:
The band have also announced the release of their new Japanese album, Half, on October 3rd via Sony Music Japan. The name for POP ETC’s new album was inspired in part by Chris and his brother John having both a Chinese father and American mother, and “by the different aspects of our own identity,” Chris says. The album is also dual in nature, and the first half features acoustic composition and production, while the second half was produced electronically.
POP ETC is Chris Chu, Jon Chu and Julian Harmon. The band has released two full-length albums, including 2012’s self-titled debut, and 2016’s Souvenir. The album’s single, "What Am I Becoming?", spent 13 weeks on SiriusXM's Alt Nation Countdown.