Zac and the New Men announce debut album, share first single “That’s OK”

South Wales alternative pop rock band Zac and the New Men are today proud to announce their upcoming debut album Reinvent Me. The album will be released on Friday 19th May and continues a new era for the band after a departure from their usual upbeat and energetic style, with a more contemplative sound and introspective lyrics.

On top of the news of Zac and the New Men’s upcoming debut album, the emerging pop rockers have treated fans to a brand-new single taken from the album titled, “That’s OK”. The track is a heartfelt tribute to the power of love and acceptance, exploring themes of pain, hope, and resilience.

Vocalist Zac comments on the single:

“That’s OK” is a love letter to someone who is struggling, a reminder that they are not alone. It’s a song about being there for each other, no matter what. We wrote this song to show people that even when things get tough, they don’t have to go through it alone. Love is a powerful force, and we hope this song will bring comfort to anyone who is struggling.

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With national radio plays and rave reviews from the press, Zac and The New Men are quickly becoming a favourite among music fans. As Nels Hylton of BBC Radio 1 said:

There’s a hugely bright future for these guys, remember the name Zac and The New Men.

I also caught them opening for Anchor Lane last year at The Patriot in Crumlin and both myself and the headliners were mightily impressed, all agreeing:

They’re going to be monsters!

Tracklisting:

  1. Say It
  2. Deeper
  3. Atom Bomb
  4. Reinvent Me
  5. Watching The World Go By
  6. Embers
  7. That’s OK
  8. Social
  9. Birdcage
  10. The Lesson

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