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Liverpool five-piece Paris Youth Foundation ponder a break-up with their new single, ‘I Can’t Keep Up With Your Love’

It's the second track to be taken from their upcoming EP.
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Published: 10:51 am, March 01, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Liverpool five-piece Paris Youth Foundation ponder a break-up with their new single, ‘I Can’t Keep Up With Your Love’

Liverpool five-piece Paris Youth Foundation have released a new single.

The follow up to last month’s ‘Look What You Started’, ‘I Can’t Keep Up With Your Love’ is the second track to be taken from their upcoming EP, ‘The Nights Are For Thinking About You’, due this spring.

Singer Kevin Potter says it’s “a song about trying to stay sane during a break-up, all the while surrounded by reminders of the one you’re trying to forget.”

Check out ‘I Can’t Keep Up With Your Love’ below, and catch the band at Liverpool Sound City, Teddy Rocks, and at upcoming shows with Sun Silva and Vistas.

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