Love Again Debuts ’86’ Video; Signs To Wiretap Records

Courtesy: Wiretap Records

Independent emo-punk band Love Again is giving audiences their first preview of its new EP.

The band debuted the video for the as-yet-untitled EP’s lead single ‘86‘ April 20.  The video features the band members working in a fake fast food restaurant, performing its new single.  As the band performs, one customer is given what looks to be rancid food, leading that customer to have to rush to the bathroom, with  interesting results.

The song’s musical arrangement lends itself to comparisons to works from Taking Back Sunday, Armor for Sleep and Hot Rod Circuit.  Its lyrical theme seems to work hand in hand with its video, too, perhaps addressing what low-wage workers go through on a daily basis at their jobs.  It is a unique concept for a group in any genre.

’86’ is streaming by itself through Spotify and Love Again’s official Bandcamp page.

Listeners who download ’86’ will not only be downloading the song, but also helping Love Again’s efforts to help the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.

More information on Love Again’s new single and EP is available with all of the band’s latest news and more at:





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