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Breton was left to its own devices

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While making their debut album Other People's Problems, the band members of London-based rock band Breton were left to their own devices, and therefore could do whatever they wanted. The LP was recorded in the former bank building where the quintet lives and works, before they put on the finishing touches in the Sigur Rós studio in Iceland. "It's impossible to detach from your work", says band leader Roman Rappak. "Everything you make has got a mark of your personality."

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