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Sep 12 Watch: LANY – Super Far

Put together a bit of Christine and The Queen’s ‘Tilted’, the awkward but endearing dance moves from Drake’s ‘Hotline Bling’ plus LANY’s minimal visual elements and you get the music video for “Super Far” off of their self-titled record. Filmed in between tour rehearsals, the Isaac Ravishankara-directed visual features Paul Jason Klein, Les Priest, and Jake Goss in matching monochromatic outfits doing a full-on choreography to the long distance love anthem. Here’s a note from lead singer Paul Jason Klein about the making of the video. hello, it’s been a while since i’ve written one of these. we left home...more

Aug 03 WATCH: LANY – “yea, babe, no way”

Summer is almost over, but LANY is still giving us the carefree, summer vibes we love. The indie pop crooners have released the music video for the second single off their newest ep, Kinda. The music video follows the L.A-New York based band playing around in a variety of different scenes including a beach, the city, and an open meadow. The video was shot at the end of June. over the span of 2 days with the ultimate goal of capturing the essence and vibe of California and – more specifically – the Westside: Venice, The Palisades, Topanga, and Malibu. ICYMI, LANY will...more


Pop outfit LANY released the music video for their  brand new single “Where The Hell Are My Friends” today. The song is the band’s first song to get the music video treatment. The video follows lead singer Paul Klein while he attends a party and goes through a rollercoaster of emotions. “Where The Hell Are My Friends” is LANY’s lead single off their debut album coming later this year via Polydor Records. The band will embark on a 28-date tour this summer in support of their new music. Check out for more information. Watch the music video below.

Mar 10 Listen: LANY – “Where The Hell Are My Friends”

HOT TRACK ALERT. New LANY is here! The Los Angeles-New York based trio just released their brand new single “Where The Hell Are My Friends”. The track premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio Show earlier today, marking the band’s first major radio premiere. “Am I starting to hate California? Why am I in L.A?” sings lead singer Paul Klein in the desperation-filled chorus. The song marks a slight transition for the band, as they shift from their signature electronic-based production to one that includes hard-hitting drums. According to Klein, a music video for the song is being filmed soon with...more

Jan 29 Listen: LANY – “I Don’t Care (Flor Remix)”

New LANY just in time for the weekend. The three-part group debuted a remix for their song “I Don’t Care” off of their 2015 EP “I Loved You” today. The track was transformed from a slow burning jam to a synth-ridden, punchy banger by up-and-coming pop band Flor. In other LANY related news, the band is going on tour with Troye Sivan this spring. Visit for tickets and show information. Check out the remix below!

Dec 09 Year In Review: Artists Of The Year (2015)

It is ridiculous how fast this year has gone. It feels like just yesterday we were counting down the seconds till 2015, and here we are, 3232 days after, prepping for a brand new year. This year, we were lucky enough to have discovered quite the number of talented artists, all of whom reside in different parts of the world. Through our ‘Artist of the Week‘ feature, we managed to introduce our readers to over 200 undeniable talents – pretty impressive, huh? Looking back, there were some artists who truly made this year memorable, be it the music they released...more

Mar 27 Featured: LANY

Need some new jams? Meet Les Priest, Jake Goss, and Paul Klein, best known as LANY. In case you were wondering about the peculiar name, LANY stands for Los Angeles/New York and it is pronounced Lay-nee. Even though the band is fairly new, they have already caught the eye of big news outlets and magazines such as Teen Vogue, Yahoo and Glee’s Dianna Agron’s You might have already heard about it, but in case you haven’t: LANY’s “ILYSB” (I Love You So Bad) is the catchiest thing you might find today. Its serene production, accompanied with finger snaps, claps,...more