New London-based electronic disco duo Heartbreak are Argentine singer
Sebastian Muravchix and producer Ali Renault. Fusing the finer
qualities of electro, Italo-disco and metal, Heartbreak's powerful
synth-pop has been described by Vice magazine as "how the '80s would
sound today if the '90s hadn't got in the way".
Arriving at Lex Records (home to Danger Mouse and Neon Neon) in the
spring with a formidable live reputation, Heartbreak release their first single
'We're Back' in August, with the debut album following in September.
Heartbreak have also contributed a version of 'Loving the Alien' to K7's
new compilation of David Bowie covers entitled 'Life Beyond Mars',
alongside covers by Carl Craig, Matthew Dear and Kelley Polar.
Full page features in NME, Dazed & Confused, Clash and remixes for Neon
Neon and Lesser Panda have helped get the ball rolling after early
support from the likes of Aphex Twin and Klaxons.
Since June, Heartbreak have supported The Presets in the UK, played
Glastonbury, Sonar, the ICA, and headlined the new bands stage at the
Zoo Thousand festival. Stage invasions as standard.