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Lisa Prank Announces New Album 'Perfect Love Song', Shares Opening Track Rodeo

Tuesday, 06 August 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Lisa Prank will release a new album this autumn.

'Perfect Love Song' is due for release on October 4 through Father/Daughter Records. It was produced by Rose Melberg of Tiger Trap and features Tacocat bassist Bree McKenna on guitar. Songwriter Robin Edwards, aka Lisa Prank, said:

“I love love songs, or falling out of love songs, where I can see one moment of the situation and know what the whole story is."

“I wish a different emotion was so alive and exciting to me, but love is just the one that feels so visceral and consuming!"

“Some of the songs are really sad to me, but it's still fun pop punk.”

Head above for the record's cover and below for its tracklist and opener, Rodeo. As promised, the song is unashamedly pop-punk and the lyrics are instantly relatable.

Lisa Prank will support the record with North American shows this fall and winter. Head here for a full list of dates.

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