If you’re familiar with the indie scene, you may be familiar with LA-based trio, LANY. The indie-pop band began their career in mid-2015 with their debut EP, I Loved You., before releasing the EP’s Make Out in December, 2015 and Kinda in June, 2016. Fans were begging on their knees after teasing from unreleased songs on headlining LANY world tours for a debut album from the band; now is the time that LANY fans can sigh a breath of relief and preorder the band’s self-titled album, and receive an instant download of the never-before-heard track “Good Girls” while they’re at it.
The track holds the familiar LANY sound and vibe, with ambient keyboard synths from Les Priest upon rhythmic drums from Jake Goss.
It’s no surprise that the lead singer, Paul Klein, delivered amazing vocals that provided quite the musical pleasure to the ear.
The song features lyrics of desire, which, according to a tweet by Klein himself, were written on the final day in the final hour of a 13-day Nashville trip (where members Priest and Goss originated from). The tweet also states that on that trip, 5 other tracks were written.
The album, out June 30 of this year, features 16 songs, some of which have either been played live or released on previous EP’s. Tracks like “Hericane” and “Purple Teeth” are immediate eye-catchers from their creative titles, while other song titles like “The Breakup” and “Hurts” hold an obvious, negative connotation that makes you fear for your emotions in the future when you finally get to hear them. However, that’s nothing new to the LANY fanbase; they’ve already shed enough tears while listening to emotional tracks like “Someone Else” or “Walk Away”.
The band has already set out to part one of The LANY Tour, which begins in Australian before it moves to Asia, Europe and finally the US. Fans know that LANY only has more news to spew within these next few months, and the excitement is only piling up.