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LANCO prefer "Low Class Lovers"

Friday, April 29, 2022 – LANCO released "Low Class Lovers," the lead song from their forthcoming project today coming out later this year.

LANCO - Brandon Lancaster, Eric Steedly, Tripp Howell, Chandler Baldwin, Jared Hampton - had a hit with "Greatest Love Story."

"We've lived a lot of life since the release of our debut album 'Hallelujah Nights'," said Lancaster. "Our highs, lows and many lessons learned over these last few years were the inspiration for this new chapter that feels more authentic to us than ever before."

Lancaster is the sole writer of "Low Class Lovers," and it is produced by GRAMMY-winning Producer of the Year Jay Joyce. It tells the story of finding happiness through experiences and not through money.

Lyrics include:
"We ain't the silver spoon type,
That's alright
We gonna light it up baby tonight
Low class lovers living the high life"

"Low Class Lovers" follows LANCO's 2021 EP "Honky-Tonk Hippeys." "Hallelujah Nights"hit the top of the Billboard Country Albums chart upon release, making them the first country group to earn a number one debut in over a decade. LANCO won ACM "New Group of the Year" and has received multiple nominations from CMT, CMA, ACM, AMA and iHeart Awards, while Lancaster became the first member of a group to win NSAI's "Songwriter/Artist of the Year" award.

Next week, the band heads to Australia as they are set to perform at Big Country Festival in Berry on May 7. This appearance marks the first time an American country act has performed Down Under since the start of the pandemic in 2020. LANCO also will perform twice during CMA Fest, the Ultimate Country Music Fan Experience, including on the Chevy Riverfront Stage and Ascend Amphitheater.

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