The Cadence PR’s newest addition THEATRE BREAKS LOOSE has premiered their new track “Birds and The Bees” exclusively today at The track is derived from their forthcoming release Stranger Places, Greater Things. The six track EP will be released November 15th.

Front man Brandon Lovelace had this to say about the track,

“This song was inspired by Plato’s “The Allegory of the Cave.” It covers the belief that following dreams and pursuing gifts is more important than following the norms of society that often hinder people from living to their full potential. More personally, the majority of the lyrics pertain to following a career in music as opposed to attending a university for a college education.”

Stream the new track today at and pick up Stranger Places, Greater Things November 15th on itunes.


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