LANCO celebrate love on new song “Save Me”

Their first release of the year.

Country band LANCO have released an anthemic new song, “Save Me.”

The euphoric tune, which was co-written by lead singer Brandon Lancaster, bassist Chandler Baldwin and drummer Tripp Howell, alongside Andy Albert and Andrew DeRoberts, is about the saving power of romance.

“Baby, please / Come a little bit closer / ’Til 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,” the band sing on the feel-good track.

“Brandon, Chandler and I were sitting on a Los Angeles patio one day reminiscing about how trouble can sometimes follow us but we’re lucky to have our spouses to keep us in check,” Howell said in a press 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.”

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“Save Me” is a follow-up to LANCO’s 2019 songs “What I See,” “Old Camaro” and “Rival.” Their debut album, Hallelujah Nights, dropped in 2018 and included the hit “Greatest Love Story.”

Stream “Save Me” below:

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