DELUXE VERSION OF LANY’S MAMA’S BOY OUT NOW VIA INTERSCOPE

FEATURES THREE NEW VERSIONS OF ALBUM TRACKS

Los Angeles-based trio LANY share the deluxe version of their third album mama’s boy via Interscope Records today—listen here. The deluxe version features three new versions of “heart won’t let me,” “sad” and “i still talk to jesus” as well as previously released singles “you!” “if this is the last time” and “good guys.”

LANY’s “if this is the last time” continues to climb the radio charts in the U.S. and hold #1 on Sirius XM’s The Pulse. With over one million streams every week on Spotify for the last month, the song strikes a chord with listeners as a powerful anthem about holding on to loved ones.

After finishing the last leg of their world tour behind Malibu Nights and following their 2019 hit collaboration with LauvMean It,” Paul—the band’s primary songwriter, lyricist and producer who was born and raised in Oklahoma before moving with the band to L.A.—decamped to a studio in the country outside Nashville where he began working on an outline for mama’s boy. He polished the demos alongside bandmates Jake Goss and Les Priest and a host of gifted songwriting collaborators including Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay; Shane McAnally, best known for his Grammy-winning contributions to Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour; and songwriting power couple Sasha Sloan and King Henry. Others, including Adele cowriter Dan Wilson, also contributed to the album when the sessions returned to L.A., where mama’s boy was completed. Watch the mama’s boy album trailer here.

Over those two weeks in Nashville, Paul began to put into words and music the cognitive dissonance between the L.A. persona he’d adopted over the band’s rise and his Great Plains heritage. “Someone asked me where I was from and somewhere, out of my spirit, I just said ‘Man, I’m from Oklahoma!’ It was a weird sense of pride, to be from the middle of nowhere,” he says of the realization that he needed to look to the country’s heartland for this album’s inspiration. Thematically mama’s boy is a sweeping tribute to home, heritage and Americana filled with songs that highlight what’s “symbolic of being an American kid” today.

LANY’s breakthrough came with their 2017 self-titled debut, amassing an international fanbase and selling out multiple nights at arenas across the world. Their 2018 follow-up Malibu Nights sealed the deal. Its heartbreak anthems cracked the Billboard Album Chart and connected in a huge way across the globe. The statistics speak for themselves: LANY have a social media following of 5.8 million people, have sold over 415,000 tickets worldwide and played sold-out shows from L.A.’s Greek Theatre to London’s Brixton Academy, with arena shows in major cities planned for this album. Their songs have been streamed over three billion times and they’ve had over 430 million video views to date.

But all of this is just the beginning. “There was only one person in the world I cared about hearing Malibu Nights,” says Paul. “Now, there’s not one person in the world I don’t want to hear Mama’s Boy.

For more information, please contact Carla Sacks or Reid Kutrow at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

LANY—mama’s boy (deluxe)
1. you!
2. cowboy in LA
3. heart won’t let me
4. if this is the last time
5. i still talk to jesus
6. paper
7. good guys
8. sharing you
9. bad news
10. when you’re drunk
11. anything 4 u
12. sad
13. (what i wish just one person would say to me)
14. nobody else
15. heart won’t let me (stripped)
16. sad (stripped)
17. i still talk to jesus (live)