Julian Burgeño

Indie-rock band The Aces are kicking off a headline show, at London’s Camden Assembly, to celebrate their new record, I’ve Loved You For So Long.

The Aces are coming back to the UK with a bang. The four-piece collective have newly announced a special album release show to share their upcoming album with fans for the first time.

The quarter’s headliner show will take place at London’s Camden Assembly on June 1st.

But, that’s not all, The Aces have also dropped a new single, Solo, to give something back to their followers.

The new track dives how lead singer Cristal Ramirez’s learned to newly navigate her relationships.

Speaking on the new single, Ramirez shared: “It’s a very vulnerable song where I’m kind of like, ‘ok maybe I’m also the problem.’ There was something very liberating about that. I remember feeling sick to my stomach that day like I wanted to cry about so many things going on in my life.

“I felt really hopeless, but I came out of the studio feeling liberated for just owning my shit. It felt like maybe I was onto something, onto the process of actually healing. While we drove the winding hills of Malibu on our way home that evening, blasting the messy demo through the speakers of the car, I knew it was one of my favourite songs we’d ever written.”

Fans can purchase tickets to The Aces’ on-off album launch party on April 6 at 10am here. If you’ve snagged an early pre-sale copy of the band’s new album, you can get sale access for April 5 at 5pm.

I’ve Loved You For So Long will be released on June 2 via Red Bull Records.

Check out The Aces’ visualiser for Solo below.