The Record Company debuts "Baby I'm Broken" Video today
“…The Record Company channel the distorted feedback of the White Stripes and Led Zeppelin at their most thumping.”
– Rolling Stone
“Raw emotion, dedication, honesty and hard work. These are just some of the words that best describe
Los Angeles rock trio The Record Company.” – Paste
|The Record Company rocking the Backporch stage at the 2016 Doheny Blues Festival.|
Photo: Bob Steshetz
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – APRIL 12, 2017 – GRAMMY-nominated roots/rock trio The Record Company has debuted a video for their new track "Baby I'm Broken” today, via VEVO and other partners. Stream/share the song here:
The Los Angeles-based band – Chris Vos (guitar, lead vocals, harmonica), Alex Stiff (bass, guitar, vocals) and Marc Cazorla (drums, piano, vocals) – unleashed its debut album, Give It Back to You, on February 12, 2016 and immediately struck a power chord nationwide. The album’s first single, “Off The Ground,” garnered extensive airplay in the alternative formats, achieving the coveted #1 AAA spot, where it remained for two consecutive weeks.
The Record Company’s popular success has been matched by enthusiastic and unanimous critical acclaim. “Caught halfway between the stomp of mid-century rock & roll and the soulful kick of Delta blues, the Record Company kick up a raw, rootsy racket,” raved Rolling Stone. Entertainment Weekly wrote, “The scuzzy, 10-track set meshes the group’s biggest influences—the early electric blues rock n’ roll of John Lee Hooker, staccato lyrical delivery akin to The Stooges frontman Iggy Pop, and Rolling Stones-style grooves.”
What’s more, The Record Company has rocked the airwaves with a series of high profile TV appearances, including CBS’ Late Show with Stephen Colbert and TBS’ Conan, not to mention countless radio sessions and live concert broadcasts on SiriusXM, NPR’s World Café Live, and Chicago’s WXRT.
The Record Company is touring the United States throughout 2017 in continued support of the album and just completed an arena tour supporting John Mayer, which included the band's debut at Madison Square Garden.
In December, The Record Company was nominated for a GRAMMY Award in the category of Best Contemporary Blues Album for Give It Back to You, after spending an entire year on both the Billboard Top New Artist Heatseekers Chart and the Nielsen Alternative New Artist Chart.
The Record Company on the web: