Lydia Can’t Breathe Releases New ‘Zebra’ Music Video – Inspired by True Events

ORLANDO, Florida Oct. 10th, 2018 – Today, LYDIA CAN’T BREATHE is excited to reveal a brand new hard-hitting music video for their multi genre influenced rock anthem Zebra, the latest single from the band’s recent album, Tastes New. The previously unreleased music video is now available. Below, watch the new video and see an exclusive photo  set. Watch the video here:


“Zebra” is a song that is inspired by true events and hits home for lead singer Kyle Bolduc. The song discusses the aftermath and reality one is faced with when caught breaking the law. The song came about after two of my friends lost their freedom and had to fight the system to gain it back.


Kyle adds, “We decided on the video for ‘Zebra’ to bring out the story and meaning behind the lyrics, it is a good example of transparency in modern music, I like to dig for ideas that are meaningful and write lyrics that are inspired by true events.”


The music video profiles a former member and friend of the band during their run in with the law. The title, lyrics, wardrobe and clips from the video symbolize a deeper meaning of the song and offers a glimpse into the dramatic event.


“Zebra” follows the second single and title track off their latest album “Tastes New” released in early 2018.


[Photos by: Marlon Sorrentino]


While online visit these links to see more videos by LYDIA CAN’T BREATHE:

“Adventure Out” music video:

“Tastes New” music video:

“Edibles” lyric video:

LYDIA CAN’T BREATHE recently announced their “So Much Left to Say” fall tour kicking off October 19 in Deerfield Beach, FL at American Rock Bar. See below for a full list of confirmed tour dates:



10/19 – Deerfield Beach, FL @ American Rock Bar
10/20 – Palm Bay, FL @ Space Coast Harley Davidson
10/26 – Fayetteville, NC @ The Drunk Horse Pub
10/27 – Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
10/28 – Holbrook, NY @ Rams American Publ
10//29 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft (The Chance Theater)

10/31 – Gates , NY @ Pineapple Jack’s
11/2 – Heath, OH @ Muddy Creek Saloon
11/3 – Syracuse, NY @ The Insideout Tavern
11/4 – Mansfield, OH @ The Electric Company
11/6 – Westland, MI @ The Token Lounge
11/8 – Janesville, WI @ The Back Bar
11/9 – Green Bay, WI @ Phat Headz
11/10 – West Dundee, IL @ RocHaus
11/11 – Sturtevant, WI @ Route 20
11/13 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
11/15 – Knoxville, TN @ The Concourse
11/16 – Charlotte, NC @ The Rabbit Hole
11/17 – Florence, SC @ 507 Live


Melodic, catchy riffs, unforgettable aggressive vocals, with traces of hip hop describe the sound you can expect to find on Tastes New. On the album Lydia Can’t Breathe has constructed a sound unique to the usual genre classifications while discussing topics that touch on political views, social issues, depression, and anti-war.

Lydia Can’t Breathe features the energetic vocals of frontman Kyle Bolduc. Plus instrumentation from Ryan Cowell on guitar, Josh Runfeldt on drums, and Shad Roundy on bass. The magnitude of their presence and work ethic has landed the band opportunities to play Rockfest with acts such as Asking Alexandria, Incubus, Rise Against to name a few.

New Album:

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Tastes New Out Now

We are excited to share the release of our latest album “TASTES NEW” now out and steaming on all platforms. You can purchase the physical cd in the shop section of our site. If you haven’t yet check out the music video for Adventure Out the first single off Tastes New.


Now available on all platforms.

Official Music Video for ‘Adventure Out’ Now Online!

The premiere for the official video for “Adventure Out,” taken off our upcoming album “Tastes New” releasing October 10th is now available online at our YouTube channel.

“We are proud to announce the video release for “Adventure Out” the first single off our upcoming album Tastes New. The song was written after a night out with my drummer Josh. It is based on a guy meeting an attractive female while out with his friends. After pursuing her, the two hook-up however the guy moves on quickly and she is left upset thinking about what they could have had. We wanted to write something relatable from both perspectives. As an example of how love can be cruel and one sided at times. This song is ultimately about the trials of finding love and realizing things are not always what they seem.” – Kyle Bolduc