LANCO Drops Euphoric New Track, ‘Save Me’
LANCO just dropped a new song called “Save Me” and it has the potential to be the band’s biggest hit…
LANCO; Photo Courtesy Sony Music Nashville
LANCO just dropped a new song called “Save Me” and it has the potential to be the band’s biggest hit since “Greatest Love Story.”
The feel-good tune finds the audacious country quintet longing for love, even if it’s just for one night.
“So, baby, please/ Come a little bit closer/ Till the space between/ Is gone and the night is over/ I’ve been lost but I found you/ You could be the someone to/ Pull me close tonight make me believe/ That you could save me,” they sing on the infectious chorus.
Co-written by frontman Brandon Lancaster, drummer Tripp Howell, bassist Chandler Baldwin, Andy Albert and Andrew DeRoberts, “Save Me” was inspired by the group’s love for their respective spouses.
“Brandon, Chandler and I were sitting on an L.A. patio one day reminiscing about how trouble can sometimes follow us but we’re lucky to have our spouses to keep us in check,” drummer Tripp Howell shared in a statement. “We took the song back to Nashville and focused on how that right person can be the ying to your yang. We’re super proud of this one.”
“Save Me” follows the release of LANCO’s current radio single, “What I See.” Both tracks are slated to appear on the band’s yet-to-be-announced sophomore album.
Click above to listen to the just-released track.
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