MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP have revealed the video for their new single BROKEN RECORD, taken from the band’s debut album, TELLING TRUTHS, BREAKING TIES, which was self-released in August of 2020. BROKEN RECORD is one the tracks that was regularly singled out for attention in the multitude of reviews that welcomed the album’s release.

“So, you’ve been unceremoniously dumped,” says Millie when talking about the song. “You’re no longer part of their story but you can’t stop thinking about them, dreaming about them, playing out every last moment in your head. It’s like a broken record …”

You can watch the video here:

Fronted by Millie’s staggering vocal dexterity and backed by grinding guitars, irresistible horns and a huge amount of pop appeal, the band’s live shows are renowned for their power and energy. Having naturally seen the postponement of their full 2020 UK tour scheduled to accompany the album, the dates have now been rescheduled and added to, and an expanded tour will be announced in April.


With the launch of their debut album, the accompanying videos for previously released singles BITTER, BURNOUT, PANIC, SILENT SCREAMS and YOUR STORY, and a conscience that ensures there will be zero plastic wrapping on any merchandise or release, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP are striving to make a difference whilst keeping us uplifted and brilliantly entertained.


The album can be ordered on CD and vinyl formats from the band at alongside a range of limited-edition clothing and artwork that raises funds for NHS Charities Together, The Survivors Trust – an umbrella charity for survivors of rape and sexual abuse – and the mental health charities Mind and Papyrus.

 With extensive support from BBC Introducing and Radio X and appearances at notable festivals such as Boomtown and Rebellion, the last two years have propelled MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP into the conscience of both the public and the music industry alike. With lyrics that discuss loss, betrayal, anger, anxiety, heartbreak, bitterness, environmental catastrophe and political unrest, they inspire the questioning of social norms with a cross-genre punk that’s becoming increasingly hard to ignore.

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