LANY Release “Good Girls” Music Video; Debut Album Out Friday

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With the release of their self-titled debut album just over a week away, Los Angeles trio LANY premiere a video for “Good Girls,” one of the first tracks to be shared from the record and one that has become a fan favorite. The video sees lead singer and songwriter Paul Klein pensively striding through neon-lit streets like a man on a mission, with nods to the iconic “Bittersweet Symphony” video transposed to the murky nocturnal world of Drive.

Addressing the new video, Klein had this to say; “Good Girls addresses the emotions of disappointment and unmet expectations battling against unconditional love and second/infinite chances. considering the narrative of the “ilysb” music video, I thought it’d be cool to set up the storyline of this specific song as a potential prequel. Watch ’till the end.”

LANY’s highly anticipated 16-track debut album is set for release via Interscope Records on June 30, 2017. 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 alone and 117 in 2016, making them one of the hardest working bands around

The upcoming album includes their global streaming hit “ILYSB” (I love you so bad) – and will be available on CD, vinyl, and digital formats as well as a box set and just-announced album/merch bundles. Fans who pre-order the album will receive “13,” “The Breakup,” “It Was Love,” Good Girls” and “ILYSB” as instant downloads.

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Written by Justin Bailey

Content Writer & Social Media Admin for Music In Minnesota. Music & Entertainment Business student at IPR - College of Creative Arts. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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