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APRE offer up advice on tired relationships with their new single, 'Without Your Love'

They've a new mini-album on the way.
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Published: 11:17 am, August 27, 2020
APRE offer up advice on tired relationships with their new single, 'Without Your Love'

APRE have released their new single, 'Without Your Love'.

The follow-up to recent drop 'Live It Up', it's a cut from the band's upcoming mini-album 'Always In My Head', due for release on 6th November via Polydor Records.

It's about relationship conflicts, as they explain: "I want to be with this person, but it’s not allowing me to feel myself, and pursue the life I want to lead. It’s kinder sometimes to say goodbye to someone who’s had such a positive impact on your life beforehand, if in the long term it’s better for you both. 'Without Your Love' is about the idea that you shouldn't force yourself to make the relationship work - appreciate what it’s done for you, and keep moving forward in your life."

It arrives ahead of a bunch of touring for the group, with a load of dates being worked in got 2021. Keep an eye out for more news soon, and in the meantime, check out 'Without Your Love' below.

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