Megan & Liz are releasing a new EP on June 3, but the full-length that was scheduled for this year is now canceled due to legal bindings.
When Megan & Liz announced their single and upcoming EP, Simple Life, (out June 3) it finally ended six months of silence on the pop sister-duo’s end when it came to new music. The only problem was with that announcement came an announcement of a different sort: the girls would be leaving their management and now-defunct record label, which meant that their previously planned full-length, Look What You Started, would be canceled.
Megan & Liz Releasing Simple Life On June 3
On April 23, Billboard unveiled the title track to Simple Life, as well as a statement from Megan & Liz regarding the departure from their management, The Collective, and record label, Collective Sounds.
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