Brighton’s LibraLibra Reveal Dream Phone Inspired Video For PTSD-tackling Single

Brighton quartet LibraLibra have revealed a nostalgic new video for their latest single ‘Loverboy’—released 5th April 2019—inspired by ‘90s “secret admirer board game” Dream Phone.

Vocalist Beth Cannon comments on the new single: “When I was younger I was told I ‘went off the rails’, when I was actually struggling with my mental health and had PTSD, but to everyone around me I was wild; a loose cannon, pardon the pun. This song harks back to young me getting drunk at parties, failing madly in love, fucking it up being labelled a slut, failing hard again and not really knowing what to do with all the feelings, other than to keep getting fucked up and searching for that one.”

A busy 2019 live schedule is shaping up, including ‘Loverboy’ single launch shows in April. Continuing their penchant for multi-dimensional, immersive live gigs, this time they will be luring their audience into a high school prom on 12th April at Brighton Electric.

‘Loverboy’ is LibraLibra’s fourth release and will be available across all streaming platforms from 5th April. Mixed and arranged by SPACE (Idles/Black Futures) and mastered by John Davis at Metropolis.

Catch LibraLibra live:

03.04.19 – Joiners, Southampton TICKETS
05.04.19 – Social, London (FREE ENTRY)
12.04.19 – Brighton Electric, Brighton (FREE ENTRY ‘Prom Night’)
03.05.19 – Liverpool Sound City Festival TICKETS