The Lovelocks (Ali Raney and Zoë Sparrow), the award-winning Toronto-based duo, announced that the release of their latest EP, 20 Dollars In My Pocket,” will be available July 13 via MDM Recordings Inc./Universal Music Canada. The title track from the album will available at radio June 29, but fans can pre-order the album via iTunes to score this single along the fun-loving single “Staycation.”
This dynamic duo won the 2018 CMA Ontario award for Roots Artist or Group of the Year early in June, as well as garnering many CCMA award nominations that include four consecutive nominations in the Roots Artist or Group of the Year category and winning the CCMA Discovery Series in 2014.
When you listen to 20 Dollars In My Pocket, you will be brought down a different path from previous releases that The Lovelocks fans have come to adore. The album infuses different sounds and styles into the already loved genre-bending sound that The Lovelocks possess.
Say The Lovelocks,
“We are very excited to be launching 20 Dollars In My Pocket and to show a different side of our band with this album. Last year was the toughest we’ve experienced as artists; struggling under the pressures of the industry, and enduring what can only be described as creative burnout. We decided to use the last year to experiment with different sounds, styles and song ideas and the resulting EP has brought us through the fire, emerging from the ashes. Although it was a difficult journey, we are so thankful to have gone through this important creative process to get to where we are today. We are infinitely proud of this album; it showcases a fuller version of who we are as artists, and we hope you experience as much joy listening to it as we did creating it!”
Pre-save or pre-order 20 Dollars in my Pocket here.
When you pre-order the EP on iTunes or pre-save it on Spotify, you get two free tracks now.
It looks like 2018 is turning into a stellar year with a lot to celebrate for The Lovelocks.
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