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LANY return with ‘Good Guys’, their first track from third album ‘Mama’s Boy’

It’s the trio’s first new music since 2018’s ‘Malibu Nights’
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Published: 7:28 pm, May 13, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Stefan Kholi.
LANY return with ‘Good Guys’, their first track from third album ‘Mama’s Boy’

LANY are BACK, with new number ‘Good Guys’

The trio’s first new music since 2018 LP ‘Malibu Nights’ - it’s yet another swooning synth-pop jam. The type we’d spread all over our toast before taking a bite. Tasty stuff, and without the crumbs! Result!

Speaking about the track, frontman Paul Klein explains “As soon as you say ‘I love spending time with you’ to someone, they figure something out and they’re not interested anymore. It’s like a challenge. You accomplish the task of getting someone to like you and they move on.”

‘Good Guys’ is the first taste of LANY’s third studio album ‘Mama’s Boy’ - set to be released later this year.

Check out ‘Good Guys’, along with a cracking new video including a horse, below:

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