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Molly Morgan

March 18, 2015

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Ann Arbor band The Great Divide releases Breaking album

            ANN ARBOR, Mi. – The Great Divide, an alternative band comprised of three brothers from Ann Arbor, released their Breaking album yesterday at a party held in downtown Ann Arbor. Some fans camped outside of Collide, an up-and-coming venue near University of Michigan’s campus, for six hours prior to the release party. The album contains hits such as “Free,” “Until Tomorrow,” and “Promenade,” and the popular single “Simply You” has been played by radio stations all over Michigan for the three weeks.


Mitch, Jacob, and Ryan Fleshing, the brothers who form The Great Divide, have enjoyed seeing their fans’ excitement about their second full album. “It’s encouraging that people were already committed to the album before they even heard the tracks,” commented Jacob, interviewed at the release party. Mitch added, “It’s inspiring to hear fans talk about how a song means something to them. That’s always your goal as a recording artist – to say something that means something to you, hoping it will connect with others as well.”

Ann Arbor has enjoyed the sounds of The Great Divide for two years now, and it seems the band’s momentum is not slowing down anytime soon. When asked about a potential upcoming tour, Ryan responded with a smile, “The details are still being worked out, but we would definitely love to share our music in that way.” Fans can expect great things from The Great Divide as they continue to produce meaningful art.


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