LANCO likes "Low Class Lovers"
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LANCO likes "Low Class Lovers"

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 – LANCO announces today "Low Class Lovers" will be the lead song from their forthcoming project, dropping April 29.

"People wanted the next chapter," said lead singer Brandon Lancaster. "I'll be honest, I couldn't write it because I hadn't lived it. And over the last two years during the pandemic, I had time to figure that story out. I have had nothing but time. Time to build relationships, reignite friendships and learn lessons – some of them the hard way. We faced loss and fear but in it we found hope, we found love, we found strength, and we found songs."

Lancaster is the sole writer of "Low Class Lovers," and it is produced by GRAMMY-winning Producer of the Year, Jay Joyce. This is the first release from a new collection of music coming later this year.

"Low Class Lovers" follows LANCO's 2021 EP "Honky Tonk Hippies" and their debut album "Hallelujah Nights." LANCO won ACM New Group of the Year.

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