See them live at the launch
Breton Curate Exhibition At Proud Galleries

It's been a year since the release of Breton's innovative debut album, 'Other People's Problems'. But music isn't Breton's whole story. Primarily, the band are a group of film-makers. Over the last year, they've been working closely with three artists - Niall O'Brien, Nic Shonfeld and Andy J. Simmons - and next week sees the start of a four-day photographic exhibition titled 'Escalation'.

Roman Rappak, frontman of the band, said: "This is not just a collection of tour photos, or in-the-studio shots, it is a continuation of our album 'Other People's Problems', where we wanted to describe narratives, art and people around us and reassemble them all into something new."

The curation, which takes place at Proud Galleries in London's Camden, opens on Thursday 28th March and also celebrates a new extremely limited edition EP from the London collective. To launch the exhibition, Breton will be playing a full live show, complete with trademark synchronised video projections. This will be their last London show before they disappear to the studio to begin work on their second album.

A limited edition book, titled 'Escalation', will also accompany the exhibition, and comes with a download code to an exclusive four track EP - with only 100 copies of the book and EP available. The book will be made up of images from O'Brien, Shonfeld and Simmons, as well as Breton's Adam Ainger and Ian Patterson.

Click here to buy tickets for Breton @ Proud Galleries, London, 28th March 2013.


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