The Huffington Post - How The Breaking Pattern Became Phoenix's Top Band in Six Months - "TBP has become the face of the Phoenix emo-revival movement"
Phoenix New Times - Five New Songs from Phoenix Artists - "If the singles are any indication, it will be one of the best local albums of the year."
Phoenix New Times - 16 Best Local Albums of 2016 - "Their mix of explosive guitars, ambient orchestrations, and full-on, hook-heavy indie rock sits right with my soul".
Don't Stop The Music - The Breaking Pattern Overcome and Grow Stronger - "Music was the platform that helped me find community, find my confidence, and let me embrace my originality instead of being ashamed of it".
Vents Magazine - Interview: The Breaking Pattern
Java Magazine - Review: There Are Roadmaps In Our Veins - "With a signature sound that is something like ambient emo rock, they wrap catchy hooks and choruses in endless layers of guitars,"
Internet Radio -The Breaking Pattern Revitalize Emo Rock on a Spectacular New Album - "Arizona indie rock group, The Breaking Pattern, are bringing a fresh new sound to the emo scene on their debut album There Are Roadmaps In Our Veins. Anthemic vocals and reverb-soaked guitars make for a euphoric and equally lovelorn summery sound"
Phoenix New Times - Review Something/Anything - "The video is a stunner to say the least, it capture insecurity and anxiety perfectly".
Music Crowns - The Breaking Pattern - "I’d be reluctant to call this a break up album, more a realistic insight into human relationships"
ASU Blaze Radio Blog (COTMA) - Review: There Are Roadmapts In Our Veins - "They’re the kind of band that would comfortably fit in among Alternative Press’s Artist to Watch or within a Warped Tour lineup. The lyrics have a piercing, cathartic feel to them, similar to bands like Brand New and La Dispute"
The Indie Forecast - Review TARIOV - "There are only a handful of times when I can remember a band capturing my attention in a way that The Breaking Pattern has. Their debut album is 35 minutes of pure bliss, reminiscent of the artists found on the original Drive-Thru Records roster.
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