release date:

January 01, 1970



  • Steamroller
  • Double Down
  • Sign It Off
  • On The Edge
  • Electric Light
  • Every Step
  • Eyes of A Woman
  • Bring It On Home
  • Sirens
  • Battle Cry
  • From The Horizon

Now influenced heavily by their new surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the songs they were writing had a new direction and a fresh feel. Finding themselves delving deeper into the realm of Americana, this led to somewhat of a departure from their trademark soulful, rock n’ roll sound. Excited about the new material and this new course the band was on, it was time to record a new record showcasing the maturation of The Broadcast’s sound. The search for the perfect producer to capture this new sound was a short one. With limited expectations of a returned phone call, the band first reached out to their dream producer, multi-grammy winner Jim Scott, who was personally responsible for some of their favorite records (Tedeschi Trucks Band, Wilco, Tom Petty, Rolling Stones, etc). They were overjoyed to hear back from Jim Scott’s manager the following day saying that Jim was extremely interested in producing the band’s next record. After months of planning, workshopping and writing songs, and rehearsing, the band flew to LA during the summer of 2015 to record the songs with Jim Scott that would soon come to be known as “From the Horizon.” With a release in the Spring of 2015, The Broadcast has big expectations for “From the Horizon,” and rightfully so. While still firmly rooted in the trademark soulful rock n’ roll sound as heard on the leadoff track “Steamroller,” their growth as a band is most evident in such tracks as “On the Edge” and “Eyes of a Woman.” As a whole, “From the Horizon” will certainly appeal to longtime fans of The Broadcast, but should also gain them an entirely new fan base of Americana music lovers.