Paper Lions Deliver Perfect End of Summer Slow Jam

Love smooth sax solos? Listen to this new single from Paper Lions's upcoming album, "Full Colour."
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By Elliott Sharp

Paper Lions — the Canadian group that has toured the world and shared stages with bands like Coheed and Cambria and Bad Religion — are releasing a new album Sept. 16.

It's called "Full Colour" and today, fully aware that it is the first week of September, we are excited to premiere a brand-new single titled "End of July."

"It is the slowest jam on our new album, which really sets it apart from the 'super pop sound' of the rest of the record," says Paper Lions's Colin Buchanan about the song. "We wanted to write a ballad, something that we hadn't tackled in many years. The song was pretty much finished, but we knew it was missing a certain something. We got our friend Marlee to rip a sax solo at the end and it totally took it from a slow song to a ballad!"

Listen to the new tune below and preorder "Full Colour" at paperlions.com.

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