The Aces have released the title-track from their upcoming new album

'I've Loved You For So Long' - the album - will arrive on 2nd June.

The Aces have released a new single.

‘I’ve Loved You For So Long’ is the title-track from their upcoming album, which will see them performing at Camden Assembly on 1st June. The record will then follow the next day (2nd June), via Red Bull Records.

Lead singer Cristal Ramirez shares: “The greatest love of my life is this band. It was something that subtlety dawned on me after writing the title track for our third record, ‘I’ve Loved You For So Long’ – a line Alisa wrote that felt grand and romantic. We were exploring what love looks like in a long-term relationship, of loving someone for so long that they almost feel like a part of you. Although, when we were writing it, we were referencing experiences from our romantic relationships, I quickly realized, the love of my life is this band.”

She continues, “I was recalling making our first record in New York. From being 10 years old in the basement picking out guitar chords, to touring the world together. Stumbling through life, relationships, the good and bad, always having the band to fall back on. The only truly consistent thing in a chaotic ever-changing world. I realize that I’ve never really loved anything like I love this band. And that even through times of dulled inspiration, of questioning everything, I’m always softly reminded that this is exactly where I’m supposed to be.”

Check out the single below.

The full tracklist for ‘I’ve Loved You For So Long’ reads:

1. I’ve Loved You For So Long
2. Girls Make Me Wanna Die
3. Always Get This Way
4. Solo
5. Not The Same
6. Suburban Blues
7. Person
8. Miserable
9. Attention
10. Stop Feeling
11. Younger

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