“Waste” is out via The Century Family, Inc.

After the massive success of their recent single “loneliness for love,” alt-pop trio lovelytheband returns with their brand new 80’s-inspired track “waste” and a dreamy visual that really is the cherry on top.

The new, immaculate track makes you want to dance all night after having a tough day. Helping us all find peace. “Waste is a slight creative step outside of the box for us. Once we started adding more and more 80’s sounds to the track we came to the conclusion that the song needed a real saxophone. We had to balance a line of novelty and soul with the production so that the intended introspective message of the song wouldn’t be lost.” explains lead vocalist Mitchy Collins.

“Waste” follows a busy year for the rising band. Not only did they receive nominations at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards and Teen Choice Awards, but they also won an iHeartRadio Music Award for “Best New Alt Rock Artist.” Now, after spending much of last year on their U.S. and European headlining tour, lovelytheband is set to hit the road again this May on the “loneliness for love” tour with support from Tessa Violet and Valley.

Lovelytheband first broke out on the scene in 2017 with their debut hit single, “broken,” which smashed Billboard’s Alternative Songs Longevity Record with a total of 76 weeks on the chart. The single has since surpassed 278 million streams worldwide, a clear indication they’re gaining popularity with each passing day. They recently celebrated their third anniversary as a band and shared their sophomore album is now finished. Judging by “waste” and “loneliness for love,” it’s definitely worth keeping your eyes peeled for this highly-anticipated new record.

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