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NZCA Lines offers up new track ‘Prisoner Of Love’

It’s taken from forthcoming new album ‘Pure Luxury’, out on July 10th
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Published: 12:24 pm, June 05, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Aleksandra Kingo.
NZCA Lines offers up new track ‘Prisoner Of Love’

NZCA Lines has offered up another taste of what to expect from his new album, with standout new one ‘Prisoner Of Love’

A disco-covered sparkler, NZCA Lines (aka Michael Lovett) explains that “this song is about the cycle of heartbreak and dependency within a relationship that isn’t working, a constant motion of being pushed away and sucked back in. Both people could be doing this, each at the mercy of the other’s emotions - unable to move forward yet unable to step away, the cycle repeats itself.”

‘Prisoner Of Love’ follows the release of ‘Real Good Time’ and the album’s title track as teasers taken from ‘Pure Luxury’ - NZCA Lines’ third studio album, set for release on July 10th. To celebrate its release NZCA Lines will be hosting an interactive virtual album release party on July 15th, promising a live performance and more surprises TBA. Limited tickets for the party are on sale now for £6

Check out ‘Prisoner Of Love’ below:

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