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LANCO sings "Hallelujah"

Monday, November 27, 2017 – LANCO will release its full-length debut in January following the success of its single "Greatest Love Story."

LANCO streets with "Hallelujah Nights" (Sony Nashville) on Jan. 19. Lead singer Brandon Lancaster wrote all 11 songs. Jay Joyce produced. <

"We all go through more of the same experiences than we realize, and songwriting is a process of observing those moments," said Lancaster. "Our stories have different people, different names, different places, but they all have the same emotions attached to them. It's not fantasy-related. To me, this album is about glorifying the reality of life." Fans can experience a first taste of the new music off HALLELUJAH NIGHTS with a four song video trailer that's was revealed today with Billboard here: http://bit.ly/2AfsIEG

The band consists of Lancaster, bassist Chandler Baldwin, multi-instrumentalist Jared Hampton, drummer Tripp Howell and lead guitarist Eric Steedly, who were raised in Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia. LANCO is currently on the road supporting Dustin Lynch's The Ride or Die Tour and will head out in January for Chris Young's Losing Sleep World Tour.

The track list is:
1. Born to Love You (Brandon Lancaster/Ross Copperman/Ashley Gorley/Josh Osborne)
2. Long Live Tonight (Brandon Lancaster/Jason Reeves)
3. Pick You Up (Brandon Lancaster/Jeremy Spillman/Ben West)
4. Greatest Love Story (Brandon Lancaster)
5. We Do (Brandon Lancaster)
6. Trouble Maker (Brandon Lancaster/Jay Joyce/Jeremy Spillman)
7. Singin' at the Stars (Brandon Lancaster/Jeremy Spillman)
8. Win You Over (Brandon Lancaster)
9. So Long (I Do) (Brandon Lancaster/Melissa Fuller/Jay Joyce)
10. Middle of the Night (Brandon Lancaster)
11. Hallelujah Nights (Brandon Lancaster/Jay Joyce/Jeremy Spillman)

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