Break-through was a Canadian fanzine dedicated to Kate Bush. The first issue of Break-through appeared in October/November 1983. Six issues appeared every two months for a year, but after that the fanzine started to appear less regularly. Issue 7 was published in December 1984, issue 8 followed in December 1985 and issue 9 appeared in February 1986. Issue 10 appeared in November 1986, and the last issue appeared in 1987.

The fanzine was operated by Dale Sommerville, a wheat farmer from Hartney, Manitoba. He married a fellow Kate fan (Robyn), who moved to the farm to live with him. The marriage and the fanzine finally folded because of Sommerville’s religious beliefs. The fanzine was succeeded by Still Breathing in 1988.