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Mayday Parade Unveil New Track ‘Letting Go’

Mayday Parade’s new album may not be released for a few days, but they’ve teased another brand new track, with a clever lyric video to match.

Source: Promo Image

Source: Promo Image

Mayday Parade will be releasing their new record Black Lines on 9th October, but prior to its release the band have premiered new track ‘Letting Go’. Of the song, Brooks Betts shares: “‘Letting Go’ is a song about self pity and not having the strength to get over a bad relationship. It’s about that weird spot when someone breaks you down even though you know they’re toxic. When you tried so hard for someone who was never going to let you in, knowing it’s going to end soon and preparing for the end.”

Alongside the release of the new album, Mayday Parade will be releasing their first documentary titled ‘Three Cheers For Ten Years’, available as a free download with pre-orders and purchases of Black Lines. Pre-order on iTunes or on the Fearless Store. To coincide with the release, the band will be touring with support from The Maine, Beautiful Bodies and Have Mercy. Dates below:

JANUARY
26th Exeter Lemon Grove, UK
27th Bristol O2 Academy, UK
28th Norwich UEA, UK
29th Birmingham Institute, UK
30th Manchester Ritz, UK
31st Newcastle O2 Academy, UK

FEBURARY
02nd Dublin Academy, Eire
03rd Glasgow O2 ABC, UK
04th Nottingham Rock City, UK
05th London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, UK
06th Leeds University, UK
07th Portsmouth Pyramids Centre, UK
09th Eindhoven Dynamo, Holland
10th Antwerp Kavka, Belgium
12th Zurich Dynamo, Switzerland
13th Milan Legend Club, Italy
15th Munich Feierwerk, Germany
16th Cologne Underground, Germany
17th Paris Backstage, France
19th Barcelona Bikini, Spain
20th Madrid Caracol, Spain

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