LANCO’s “Born To Love You” Featured In Netflix Series

LANCO has once again drawn attention from Netflix original comedy “The Ranch” as “Born To Love You” is featured in its just released third season.

Serving as the second single off their No. One debut album “Hallelujah Nights”, the “anthemic spin on young love and small-town life,” (The Tennessean) is brought to life in the second episode through its “fist-pumping chorus that calls to mind Coldplay’s anthems,” (Billboard).

After LANCO‘s standout performances at the CMA Music Festival and Bonnaroo, they landed on the “best of” lists for Rolling Stone, Nashville Scene and The Tennessean, with “Born To Love You” as a highlight from their set. Fans and critics alike are “building a love story with the Nashville quintet,” (Oakland Press) as they continue to “bring the full-band sound back to country radio” (Newsday) with their “foot-stomping new single” (Rolling Stone) which recently landed on PopSugar’s “Greatest Songs to Blast All Summer Long.”

The emotional, sincere nature of ‘Greatest Love Story’ is what gave LANCO such a powerful breakthrough on country radio, and they’re bound to make a similar impact with ‘Born to Love You.’” – Taste of Country

As “a quintet both at the top of their game but at the decided start of their musical journey,” (Pitchfork) LANCO became the first country group to debut on the Billboard Country albums charts at No. One in 10 years with their coming-of-age album, “Hallelujah Nights”, which now boasts over 234 million digital streams.

Additionally, this year’s ACM and CMTMA nominated group is now the only Country band to achieve a Platinum single prior to a debut album release, with the two-week No. One “Greatest Love Story.” “The high-energy five-piece band” (Rolling Stone) has been named “the band to watch” by Bobby Bones, CMT, Entertainment Weekly, Hits Magazine, Rolling Stone, Spotify and more after touring the country’s top festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Faster Horses.  In the midst of headlining shows, LANCO brings their “undeniable chemistry” (Hits Magazine) as support on Dierks Bentley’s “2018 Mountain High Tour.”

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