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We The Kings release new track ‘Love Again’

We The Kings have a new album coming out. It’s called ‘Strange Love‘, it’s out 28th November and the first track sounds like this.

‘Love Again’ is the first new material from the band since their 2014 album ‘Stripped‘, with the next single ‘Runaway‘ due out on November 6th.

Vocalist Travis Clark took to Instagram to talk about putting out new music.

I've got love for everyone. Luckily for the haters, there are 10 songs on the album that all sound completely different. However: this post is the sad truth for a lot of fans in the world of certain music and it comes a lot of the time from not being open-minded. It's also why a lot of artists stop putting out music. Music and lyrics to me are some of the most raw emotions that you'll ever get out of me. I don't have to release ANY of the music I write, but I do because I love seeing people smile when they listen to a song and because sometimes that song can take away all of the pain that they are going through in life. Music will always be my outlet regardless of if I decide to put it out there in the world. I welcome all opinions, they are yours to give, but I ask a simple favor…think about everything that had to happen to make it possible for you to hear this song (the decade plus we've been a band, the dozens of songs we've put out in the past, the countless years we've spent away from our loved ones playing shows on tour for our fans, the hours upon hours it took writing/recording/re-writing/re-recording/mixing/mastering/uploading it took to get directly to you and much, much more.) I have to believe that ALL of that effort is worth more than a negative comment. I love all of you from the bottom of my heart and I thank you for being a part of this journey with me. -Trav

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