LANY Calls Out “Good Girls” On Latest Single


"Insatiably insane." That's how we feel about LANY's plans for 2017. Not only did the pop trio just wrap up a mini-tour in Australia, they are headlining an international tour that kicks off in March, joining John Mayer on his The Search for Everything Tour for select dates, playing festivals all over the globe, and dropping their debut album this summer.

We have been patiently waiting for new tunes from the trio, and today "Good Girls" was finally released into the world. The second single off their upcoming album contains all of the dreamy LA pop vibes we've come to expect from the group, with the addition of some elevated production. While their previous EPs are essential for beach days, "Good Girls" offers up some serious disco party vibes, and we're loving the transition.

On the new track, lead singer Paul Klein draws inspiration from what he knows best: love. But this time it's a broken love. While it seems that the relationship between Klein and his love has ended, he still believes they can "come and turn around" and make it work. He also claims the "good girl" reputation is a scam, and that no such girl exists.

The group also released the track list for their self-titled debut album today, which drops June 30. Out of the 16 tracks, only one previously released song, "ILYSB," will be featured on the album, and let's be real, the album wouldn't be complete without the swoon-worthy track that started it all.

If you need some convincing on catching these dudes live, check out our review on their homecoming show in November, and listen to "Good Girls" below. Our full-length interview with LANY is also coming SOON!