BreakTime is a rock band with a classic sound. Their devotion to vintage rock styles is almost romantic as they emulate and extrapolate the work and musical ideologies of 60s rock giants. Their compositions and performances are versatile, ranging from rock n roll, bluesy rock, to pop rock and indie rock. BreakTime has just released their sophomore album titled Specials. The eight-track collection stipulates sunny and breezy numbers that inspire pervasive nostalgia. Listen Now!

The band began teasing the album earlier this year with tracks like Motor City Mama, Love and Harmony, and She’s The One. ‘Motor City Mama’ is the breakout track. Its swinging rhythm and rock and roll beats will have you grooving and jiving in minutes. Its stylings very closely resemble ‘You Don’t See Me’, only the latter is strung with bluesy riffs and more animated vocals. The tracks are instantly reminiscent of Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, and Elvis Presley. ‘Love and Harmony’ ‘She’s The One’ and ‘From You’ are sublime beach tracks that align with the gleaming feel-good soundscapes of The Beach Boys.

‘Dandelion’ is a storytelling acoustic folk track. Flush with sincere baritones that sing love’s poetic praise, it sports the simplistic charm of Bob Dylan’s style. ‘Be Mine’, as the mid-album track aptly ties in the pallets of all that we listened to till now. Mellow rock n roll is seamlessly blended with hearty folk-rock ensembles and sun-washed pop rock. ‘Octane’ has a dominant Bruce Springsteen imprint on it. Its elating rhythm is formed by nimble guitar melodies and a tight beat ensemble.
Each track is compact and succinctly made, unveiling nuanced prisms of old school rock.

The album is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to Specials by BreakTime here –