It's about the dark side of LA...

Alt-pop force The Aces are embarking on a new era with second single ‘Lost Angeles’.

Bittersweet and reminiscent, The Aces’ latest release paints a complicated portrait of love and loss in LA. Speaking on their new effort, the quartet describe the song as a commentary “about the dark sides of LA 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.”

Last month saw the band officially return with their infectiously upbeat track ‘Daydream’. Laden with funky guitar riffs and heartfelt longing lyrics, it’s a sickly sweet electric pop anthem that’s hard to ignore.

The new single is also accompanied by an original cinematic music video directed by the band’s very own Alisa Ramirez.

You can listen to ‘Lost Angeles’ below.

Words: Zoya Raza-Sheikh

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