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Lydia Can't Breathe Premieres "Adventure Out" Music Video

Today we're teaming up with hard rocking quintet Lydia Can't Breathe to premiere a video for "Adventure Out," taken off upcoming album "Tastes New" that is due out October 10th.

The video clip tells the story of a guy that picks up a girl at a bar and what ensues after their encounter. Fans of Killswitch Engage and Atreyu will want to check this one out below. Vocalist Kyle Bolduc comments on the clip:

"We are proud to announce the video release for 'Adventure Out' the first single off our upcoming album 'Tastes New.' The song was written after a night out with my drummer Josh. It is based on a guy meeting an attractive female while out with his friends.

"After pursuing her, the two hook up, however the guy moves on quickly and she is left upset thinking about what they could have had. We wanted to write something relatable from both perspectives. As an example of how love can be cruel and one sided at times. This song is ultimately about the trials of finding love and realizing things are not always what they seem."

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