By Casey Tomchek
LA-based pop trio LANY can’t seem to leave us alone — and we don’t want them to. Back again for their fourth show in the DMV area in the past year, LANY is set to perform at the Baltimore Soundstage May 14. Opening for LANY is singer Goody Grace.
The show comes ahead of the release of their long-awaited debut LP, LANY, which will drop June 30. LANY, made up of singer Paul Jason Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss, is in the midst of the first installment of The LANY Tour, playing shows across Asia, Europe and now, the U.S. The group will also be appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers May 11 on NBC to perform their hit single “ILYSB.”
If LANY’s last show in the area was any indication, the night is sure to be a good one. Klein’s soothing vocals are just as impressive live as on recording, and the group’s dreamy synths and beachy vibes translate seamlessly into a live show. Fans can expect to hear their old favorites such as “4EVER!” and “Made in Hollywood,” as well as some unreleased material.
Tickets for this Sunday’s show can be purchased here; and if you can’t make it, there’s no need to worry — the group has already announced plans to stop by yet again on the second part of their tour at the Fillmore Silver Spring Oct. 9. Tickets for that event can be found here.
Feauted Photo Credit: Courtesy of LANY’s Facebook page.
Casey Tomchek is a sophomore journalism and English double major and can be reached at email@example.com.