It's 8:45 AM on Monday morning, and you can almost hear the sound of hearts breaking from Los Angeles all the way to New York, as LANY has just unveiled the music video for their emotionally-charged track, "Good Girls." The single is one of five that have thus far teased the trio's upcoming debut LP, set for a June 30 release followed by the LANY TOUR: PART 2 presented by Ones To Watch.
The "Good Girls" visual follows the mental and physical journey of LANY frontman Paul Klein, yet another starring video role that proves Klein is not just a pretty face with a captivating voice–he earnestly embodies the heartfelt lyrics that LANY has come to be known for. As the narrative progresses, we witness his frustration, nostalgia, and longing as he maniacally searches for a lost love through neon streets of Hollywood Boulevard–ultimately to find her rendezvousing with another man. The video's conclusion suggests that the story is far from over, and a closer look at the previously-released "ILYSB" music video just might provide the ending we were rooting for all along.
Klein shared more insight,
"'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 wanted to setup the storyline of this specific song as a potential prequel. watch 'till the end.
Four days ahead of the full album release, we are fully prepared to psychoanalyze all of our past relationships as LANY plays softly in the background. Pre-order the LANY LP here, and catch your first look at the "Good Girls" music video below.
After playing over 200 shows since 2016, LANY's upcoming tour is set to be the best yet. See all dates below, and grab your tickets here.
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
Sept 30 Tulsa, OK @ The Vanguard
Oct 2 Orlando, FL @ The Beacham Theater
Oct 3 Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Oct 5 Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
Oct 6 Atlanta, GA @ The Buckhead Theatre
Oct 7 Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
Oct 9 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
Oct 10 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
Oct 11 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Oct 14 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Oct 15 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Oct 17 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall
Oct 18 Toronto, ONT @ Danforth Music Hall
Oct 19 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
Oct 20 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Oct 23 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
Oct 24 Kansas City, MO @ TBD
Oct 25 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Oct 26 Salt Lake City, UT @ Rockwell at The Complex
Oct 29 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
Nov 1 Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at Hard Rock
Nov 2 Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
Nov 3 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
Nov 6 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
Nov 7 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
Nov 9 Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
Nov 11 Edmonton, ALB @ Union Hall
Nov 12 Calgary, ALB @ MacEwan Ballroom