From L to R: Jake Goss, Paul Klein and Les Priest
“…contains the type of moving intimacy that has attracted the attention of pop, R&B and electronica fans over the past few months.” – Billboard
“LA-based trio LANY has generated a mountain of buzz with their offbeat brand of alt-pop.” –Idolator
The up and coming Los Angeles trio who has been dominating your Spotify playlists has finally released their self-titled debut album LANY that landed #32 on Billboard’s Top 200 and Top 10 Digital Album Charts. Their new song “Super Far,” co-written by Grammy winning songwriter Ryan Tedder, breaks Spotify’s Top 200 Charts and Top 50 Viral Songs Globally with over 6.7 million listens in only two weeks.
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The album, which was released on June 30th via Interscope, features 16-tracks including their viral hit “ILYSB” that currently has over 65 million streams alone on Spotify.
The album sees them tap into the trials and tribulations of relationships, feelings of displacement and the endless search for love and a place to call home, very real issues for a band that has been almost constantly on the road for the past two years, playing 135 shows in 2017 in 28 countries alone and 117 in 2016, making them one of the hardest working bands. The band just left for their world tour and will headline a 32+ U.S. run as part of The LANY Tour: Part 2.
LANY – Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss – have amassed a huge live fanbase with over 5.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify and combined streams of over 206 million.
LANY was the most streamed artist in 2016 through the Spotify Discover feature, with “ILYSB” also holding the title of the most streamed song. The band recently made their television debut performing their single “ILYSB” on Late Night with Seth Meyers. “ILYSB” recently reached over 65 Million streams on Spotify alone and the acoustic as well as remix versions have racked up another 25 million combined Spotify streams.
Sept 1 Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot
Sept 15-17 Del Mar, CA @ Kaaboo
THE LANY TOUR: PART 2
Sept 25 New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Sept 26 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
Sept 27 Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Sept 28 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
Nov 4 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
Nov 7 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox