LANY Releases New Single, ‘Never Mind, Let’s Break Up’

‘gg bb xx’ is out September 3.

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Los Angeles trio LANY have unveiled a new track, “never mind, let’s break up.” The song is from their forthcoming album, gg bb xx, out September 3 via Interscope Records.

This fall, LANY will embark on a North American tour in support of gg bb xx. keshi will support on all North American dates. The tour will also follow a limited run in the U.K. this fall with more dates to be confirmed soon.

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The new track is the fourth offering from gg bb xx, following “up to me,” “dna [demo],” and “dancing in the the kitchen”—which Uproxx says “showcases the group’s knack for penning relatable pop tunes, emphasizing the importance of enjoying life’s little moments over a joyous beat.” These new songs follow LANY’s first new music of 2021, “I Quit Drinking,” a duet with country superstar Kelsea Ballerini which debuted with a live performance at this year’s CMT Awards.

Following last year’s mama’s boy—which debuted at No.7 on the Billboard 200 and No.1 on the Alternative Albums sales chart with more than 300 million streams to date—gg bb xx finds LANY returning to their infectious pop sound, collaborating with an array of notable songwriters and producers including Andrew Goldstein (Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Lauv), John Ryan (Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Harry Styles), David Hodges (Ed Sheeran, 5SOS, Blink 182), Tobias Jesso Jr. (Adele, Sia, HAIM), Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay, and more.

LANY’s breakthrough came with their 2017 self-titled debut, which built an international fanbase and led to sold out arenas across the world. The heartbreak anthems on their 2018 follow-up Malibu Nights cracked the Billboard Album Chart and connected in a huge way across the globe, with their 2019 collaboration with Lauv, “Mean It,” garnering further attention.

Fronted by songwriter, lyricist, and producer Paul Klein, LANY have played sold-out shows from L.A.’s Greek Theatre to London’s Brixton Academy. Their songs have been streamed over three billion times with more than 600 million video views to date.

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