The Aces hype up their fans for the release of their debut LP When My Heart Felt Volcanic later this year.
The Utah-based group, this week, released their new single called "Volcanic Love" on streaming site Spotify. The track talks about falling in love for the first time and comparing the feeling to an exploding volcano.
"'Volcanic Love' is one of the most special songs in the record," the band said in a tweet. "It is the first song that made sense to us and we feel really captures the essence of THE ACES. [Four] girls from lil old Orem, Utah. Hope you love it."
The track follows singles such as "Fake Nice" and "Stuck," a song that entered Billboard Alternative Songs chart in December.
Beyond stoked to be @billboard Chartbreaker Artist in their December issue! 'Stuck' is #38 on Billboard's Alt Chart so thank you for listening ♥️ Go grab a copy or click this link to read: https://t.co/GVrMKuhDQ2
Photo: Chad Kirkland
Shot in our hometown venue, @VelourLive pic.twitter.com/B3BfTtb7Xs — the aces (@theacesofficial) December 15, 2017
"Volcanic Love" is available for preorder from iTunes and Google Play starting this week.
When My Heart Felt Volcanic has been in the works for a decade now. Cristal Ramirez, Katie Henderson, McKenna Petty, and Alisa Ramirez started making music way before they were even teenagers.
In an interview with Billboard last year, the group (originally called The Blue Aces) said that Lorde inspired them to take their hobbies and make a career out of it. The young performers cited the New Zealand-born pop princess's win at the 2014 Grammys gave them the push they needed to take the leap.
"It was this moment of, 'We have to take this seriously," said Cristal.
In May 2016, they signed Red Bull Records and shortly after, Lorde's manager reached out to them wanting to manage the band, added Alisa.
Fast forward to the present, The Aces said that their upcoming album When My Heart Felt Volcanic recounts their experiences of growing.
"When My Heart Felt Volcanic is so special to us, a collection of songs about our experiences over the past three years growing up and transitioning from adolescence to adulthood," the girls explained. "We can't wait for our fans to get to know us through them."
The group's anticipated first LP will be released on April 6. The Aces are also currently touring with COIN across North America this month.