Track Review: Party Started // BROKENHEARTSCLUB


There’s a new band in town and its name is BROKENHEARTSCLUB. Formed by ONUR and Harvey Whyte and hailing from London, the boys don’t need white oversized winter jackets, nor denim sports uniforms or a mask to get our attention; their very unique DNA blending the cultures of the East with the influences of the West will do the trick. 

Released on June 7 2022, ‘Party Started’ presents a contemporary brand of pop, drawing from previous boy band eras and rap groups such as D12, Backstreet Boys or BROCKHAMPTON, as well as Michael Jackson.

In the Brit trap-infused track, the raw punch and frankness of Harvey Whyte whisk with ONUR’s tone straight from the Far East and his curated samples, also found in his debut EP A Millennial Rhapsody.

BROKENHEARTSCLUB’s doors are now open to friends that seek relief from past sorrows, or simply want to get down and catch up with friends again. In the outfit’s music they are definitely going to find authenticity, genius, gritty chaos — and can finally “get the party started” for good. 

Words by Martina Bovetta

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