Add:Bandai Namco Shanghai Base Future House, 179 Yichang Rd
Lany, an American three-piece alternative band from Los Angeles, is going to have their first show in China at the Bandai Namco Shanghai Base Future House with their debut album “LANY.”
The band was formed by Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss about three years ago. When the trio put their first song online in 2014, they had no social followers, no fans and no photos.
However, within weeks their play counts increased at an extraordinary rate and their take on modern alternative-pop has built up a steady following — not just locally but globally.
“I understand our fanbase and I know they’re starving for a bigger body of work to get lost in,” Klein explained. “We’re creating a world of LANY that people exist in, identify with and discover themselves through, and you can’t do that exclusively in a four-track EP. The pendulum always settles.”
For a shot in the dark, LANY’s album is something of a triumph, underpinned by distinctive, wistful lyrics that continue to set LANY apart from their peers.
Recently, the LANY have completed an impressive sold out run of UK and European dates and are about to embark on a 36-date US headline tour ending in two nights in Los Angeles where they live and LANY was born.