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Scream In Solidarity To The Aces' Breakup Song 'Just Like That'

The band's glittery new track is a slow-burning pop jam in muted pastels.
The Aces' When My Heart Felt Volcanic comes out April 6. Source: Courtesy of the artist

I'd missed half the set. There was a long line outside around the corner for the headliner, a group of pretty boys who make pretty boy were just starting to play "Just Like That." It wasn't the boisterous hit, but captured an essence of the group: a band formed in the members' tweens and the confidence and camaraderie that comes with their longevity.

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