Lovebreakers Celebrates Parenthood With New Single, Video

Courtesy: Wiretap Records/Little Rocket Records

Independent rock band Lovebreakers gave audiences their first preview of its new album last week.

The band debuted its new single ‘Family Man‘ Nov. 12. The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming album Primary Colours, which is scheduled for release in spring through Wiretap Records in the U.S. and through Little Rocket Records in the United Kingdom.

The song’s video features the band performing its new single against a backdrop that constantly changes colors through the course of the nearly three minute song. Its upbeat guitar licks and vocals are instantly infectious and will appeal to fans of so many UK-based pop and punk bands.

According to front man Jack Perry, the song’s lyrical theme matches the equally upbeat, positive sense established in the song’s musical arrangement.

“The song tells a short story of someone who has just became a parent,” he said. “It’s influenced from some close friends of mine who recently started their own families. It’s a “homage” to those guys. It’s that back and forth of “DAMN THIS SUCKS, BUT I WOULDN’T CHANGE IT FOR THE WORLD.” The verses are the negative side of things and the pre choruses/choruses are the positive side.”

‘Family Man’ is available to stream and download here.

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