Breathe Carolina Announce New Album, Drop First Single “Too Good”

Breathe Carolina are a bit of a strange case; the former emo-pop band were once a Warped Tour staple, drawing a fan base of the most colorful scene kids. They gradually shifted into more electronic-based sounds, until a few lineup changes prompted a complete 180-degree shift as they broke into the EDM scene full-swing. Mostly, the group has had success. Tracks like the festival mainstay “Rhythm is a Dancer” have solidified their place as heavy-hitters in the genre. Now, the boys are back with a brand new single “Too Good.”

“Too Good” is the first single from Breathe Carolina’s highly-anticipated new album. Various social media posts have prompted excitement from many of the groups OG fans. “Our new album is LITERALLY 2009-2012 emo meets 2019 production / house music. It is ….. it is fucking glorious,” reads a post from their official Facebook page. This new single definitely proves that. Vocals from founding member David Schmitt harken back to his years as the emo frontman, while the production brings the sound into the modern pop era. If this single is any indication, the new album is going to bring fans new and old together for one of Breathe Carolina’s most radio-ready moments.

Keep your eyes out for that new-new from Breathe Carolina, and stream “Too Good” below:





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