LANCO earns country radio career-high adds

“What I See” doubles as single and 2020 tour name

Double-platinum country band and Arista Nashville hit-makers LANCO impact country radio with their new single “What I See” which has become the most-added single of their career and is tied for the most added song this week. More than 51 stations instantly added the new “ear candy” (Music Row) with its nostalgic twist on hometown memories blended with organic sounds that heighten LANCO’s signature anthemic melodies and sing-along choruses. “What I See” was written by frontman Brandon Lancaster, drummer Tripp Howell, bassist Chandler Baldwin and Jeremy Spillman and serves as the name behind their headlining What I See Tour launching January 9th in Overland Park, MS.

“It’s been a really great year for us. We’ve had the time to take a step back, get it back to the five of us and write about all the honest and real moments we’ve experienced,” states Lancaster. “‘What I See’ stemmed from the thought that every hometown has a place that people will pass right by without a second thought, but to someone it holds some significant value. We want our fans to be proud of where they came from and it’s been cool to watch people gravitate towards it and make the song their own.”

Coinciding with the release of their new single “What I See,” LANCO also dropped the new track “Old Camaro” that hones in on an classic love story as the new music follows their No. One selling and record-breaking debut Hallelujah Nights. Critics continue to be impressed with the chart-topping band’s persistence of “bringing a combustible mix of romance and live-for-the-moment joy” (Journal Courier).

LANCO continues to pave its course after the the success of their 2x platinum multi-week radio chart-topper “Greatest Love Story” and critically acclaimed gold hit “Born To Love You.” The five-man band’s No. One selling debut and coming-of-age album, Hallelujah Nights, made LANCO the first country group to debut on the Billboard Country albums charts at No. One in ten years. The new music from the ACM “New Group of the Year” follows multiple nominations from from the CMT, CMA, ACM, AMA, and iHeartAwards, while Lancaster became the first member of a group to ever win NSAI’s “Songwriter/Artist of the Year.” After playing over 100 shows this year “one of country’s most potent live acts” (Rolling Stone) will propel the “infectious bounce to their pop-country, small-town storytelling” (Green Bay Press Gazette) as their headlining What I See Tour kicks off ahead of hitting the road for Miranda Lambert’s 2020 Wildcard Tour.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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