This is far too little information to form any type of answer. Some leases are signed months in advance, so it is just to vague. I suggest calling local counsel during business hours and try to have a concise explanation of the background and get answers to a few quick questions. Breaking a lease is not going to be easy unless the landlord agrees to reverse it.
This forum offers a "quick answer" to a "quick question" but it is not always the best way to consult counsel. The practice of law usually works best (best results) when the lawyer is able to consult with the client, in private, and make a full assessment of all the facts of the case.
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