The platinum-selling award winning group is gearing up for the release of a new record, one in which represents them in a way fans haven’t seen before.
“A lot has changed, we’ve grown up a little bit, we have families now and so that’s definitely reflected in the music,” lead vocalist Brandon Lancaster shared with Celeb Secrets Country reporter Blakely McHugh at the 2022 CMA Music Festival in Nashville, TN earlier this summer.
Like most people in the world, the pandemic turned their careers and their lives upside down. They were no longer touring or doing shows, so instead they looked inward and turned that time off into inspiration.
“It was definitely nice to have the break that we didn’t know we needed. To live life, to let your mind rest for a second and come back with a fresh creative spirit,” Chandler Baldwin, Bass guitar player, said.
The group reconnected with GRAMMY-winning producer Jay Joyce to produce their highly-anticipated upcoming project. Joyce worked with LANCO back in 2018 on their debut project, which earned them critical acclaim. Hallelujah Nights hit the top of Billboard Country Albums making them the first Country group to earn a #1 debut in over a decade.
Back in April, LANCO released the first track from the upcoming album, “Low Class Lovers”. The song, which is Baldwin’s favorite, is about taking off the metaphorical mask that so many people wear everyday, and instead be your truest, most authentic self.
“It’s really easy for [people] to kind of grab onto and sing along,” he shared about the track. “After not playing shows for so long and not hearing the crowd singing back for so long, It’s really great to get out.”
The upcoming album has everything from upbeat anthems like “Low Class Lovers,” to songs that hit a little closer to home.
Featured on the unreleased album is a track called “Honey I Lost My Job Today,” and the title is self explanatory.
Lancaster says it was an “honest” representation as to what the group was going through when they “lost touring,” “lost going out,” and lost “being able to provide, to get that money and get that paycheck.”
By losing those things, Lancaster says it made what’s actually important in life that much more clear.
“We were taking steps back and realizing that vulnerable space, what really is important and what actually defines you which is your friends, your family, the things in life that are important to you.”
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