LOVECOLLIDE Releasing New Album 'Tired Of Basic' Out April 13; Joining 7eventh Time Down On 'Only King Forever Tour'

Marcus Lundin Mar 26, 2018 05:09 PM EDT
LOVECOLLIDECover for LOVECOLLIDE's 2018 album Tired Of Basic.

Sibling pop duo LOVECOLLIDE, consisting of sisters Lauren Budnick and Brooke DeLeary, is independently releasing their third full-length album Tired Of Basic on April 13. Pre-orders of the new project include instant gratification downloads of four songs, including the lead single "I Don't Want It," "Ibil," "Breaking My <3," and "Wildfire."

The new single, music video and album emerges after a season filled with doubt, loss, depression, and uncertainty for LOVECOLLIDE. According to the two sisters, the new album is meant to be a "revolution against boredom, mediocrity, and status quo living."

"That's the theme, that's the mission--an extraordinary life," states Brooke. "Living in a way where you can never be labeled, like Jesus. Starting revival by being the light, being different, showing who Jesus is through us."

"We want our music to be an experience, not just something to listen to," shares Lauren. "We want the vibe, the style we give people and the love they receive to be something they remember, something that changes them."

Bringing their music and message on the road, the faith-forward group completed numerous interviews during last month's NRB International Christian Media Convention, in Nashville, Tenn., with upcoming coverage scheduled at outlets like CCM Magazine, Simple Grace, Leading Hearts, JUCE TV and more.

Following the release of Tired of Basic, LOVECOLLIDE is also hitting the road as special guests on 7eventh Time Down's "Only King Forever Tour," which also features special guests Jasmine Murray, and Jamison Strain. The tour kicks off April 19 and wraps May 13 with more dates to be announced soon.

More information about LOVECOLLIDE's projects and tour dates can be found at the group's official website, Facebook, and Twitter. The new album Tired Of Basic can be pre-ordered and streamed here.

You can watch the music video for the album's lead single "I Don't Want It" below.

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