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The Aces confront the dark sides of LA with their new track, 'Lost Angeles'

It's their second new track 'of late'.
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Published: 10:44 am, April 07, 2020
The Aces confront the dark sides of LA with their new track, 'Lost Angeles'

The Aces have dropped their new track, 'Lost Angeles'.

"‘Lost Angeles’ is about the dark sides of LA," they explain, "and that experience of being infatuated by Hollywood and a new city, but then having the excitement and romance of it ripped away at the hands of heartbreak."

The track marks the follow-up to recent single 'Daydream', their first new material since 2018's debut album.

Check out ‘Lost Angeles’ below.

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