Yesterday, Birmingham’s Lovebreakers released their new single ‘Horizons’ on Little Rocket Records. It’s a catchy pop-punk romp that sees the band taking cues from greats like The Replacements and The Who. Check out the video below.
Jack Perry about the song: ''Horizons'' is a song which refers to a friend, stuck in the reoccurring day to day pattern of living, working and getting older. It's me saying to him ''just embrace it all, growing up happens to everyone, the past was awesome but don't dwell on it. Make the future better.''
Following debut single ‘Eye Roller,’ this is the second songs to be taken off the band’s upcoming album, ‘Primary Colours,’ which was recorded in Los Angeles California, by Davey Warsop (Suedehead, Sharp Shock).