Lovebreakers Premieres New Album’s Lead Single, Video; Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: Wiretap Records

Independent rock band Lovebreakers is set to release its sophomore album, Wonder, this year through Wiretap Records.

The record’s exact release date is under consideration. In anticipation of the record’s release, the band unveiled the album’s lead single, ‘Spark‘ Friday along with its companion video.

The song’s mid-tempo arrangement is a catchy poppy rock composition that immediately lends itself to comparison to works from the likes of Oasis and Blur. According to front man Jack Perry, the lyrical theme that accompanies that arrangement is meant to come across as an uplifting message of sorts, reminding listeners that we all go through difficult periods in life.

“‘Spark’ portrays a person who has lost all motivation and as a result, become fed up with who they are,” Perry said. “Some days we bathe in self-pity, whether that is disliking the way that we look, the way we treat ourselves or simply through boredom in our lives. “Spark” is a song which represents a lack of activity, alongside a constant battle of trying be a better person.’’

‘Spark’ is available now to download and stream through Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer and Amazon Music.

In other news, Lovebreakers launched a tour in support of its new album Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland. The tour is scheduled to run through Friday in Birmingham, England. The tour’s schedule is noted below:

29/01 • Glasgow • The Old Hairdressers

30/01 • Nottingham • Bodega

31/01 • Manchester • Castle Hotel

01/02 • London • The Black Heart

02/02 • Bath • Moles

03/02 • Birmingham • The Flapper

More information on Lovebreakers’ new single, video, album, and tour is available along with the band’s latest news at:



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