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Lane 8 Releases ‘No Captain feat. Poliça’ and Announces Album ‘Little By Little’

Denver-based artist Lane 8, aka Daniel Goldstein, announces his second artist album ‘Little By Little’ alongside first single ‘No Captain feat. POLIÇA’’ and an extensive 35-date global headline tour. Released Jan 19, 2018,‘Little By Little’ distills Lane 8’s unique flair for melodic and eloquently-textured productions that are both classy and quirky, traversing reflective electronica, instrumental club epics and leftfield pop moments alike.

Stream: https://open.spotify.com/track/598hoZZq4JR6r35UOVHxiv

With the album slated to release on his own This Never Happened imprint, Lane 8 has also shared the lead single ’No Captain’, a dreamy voyage featuring the distinctive tones of Channy Leaneagh of POLIÇA. Standout vocal stylings continue throughout the LP from the likes of Australian talent Fractures and British singer/songwriter J.F. July.

Beloved by his growing and unwaveringly devout fanbase, Lane 8 has been responsible for one of dance music’s most unique word-of-mouth success stories in the past 18 months; specifically his no-phones, no-filming event concept This Never Happened. Following a success, sell out North America tour last fall and a recent series of sold-out Summer Gathering Daytime parties in San Francisco, New York and Colorado, Lane 8 has now also announced an extensive 35 date global headline tour to accompany the album – taking in North America, Australia and Europe.

This 10-track collection represents the full arc of Lane 8’s melodic, uniquely crafted sound. ‘Little By Little’  is weaved together with the mastery that Lane 8 fans have come to love across his catalogue. Each track plays its specific role and diverse feeling resulting in a whole that demands and rewards repeat listens – uncovering new passages of sound with each one.

Since bursting on the scene with a string of hit singles like Midnight, Fingerprint and a massive remix of RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Innerbloom, Lane 8’s journey has been one of consistent progression and growth. With vision and patience Lane 8 has crafted his own world ripe for exploration; track by track, ‘Little By Little’.

Pre-order ‘Little By Little’ on CD/Vinyl/iTunes: www.this-never-happened.com/littlebylittle

Tour Dates

January 25th – Ironwood Hall, Austin, TX

January 26th – Stereo Live Houston, Houston, TX

January 27th – Stereo Live Dallas, Dallas, TX

February 1st – Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL

February 2nd – Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI

February 3rd – El Club, Detroit, MI

February 8th – The Loft at Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN

February 9th – Space, Miami, FL

February 10th – Gilt, Orlando, FL

February 16th – Republic New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

February 17th – The Ritz Ybor, Tampa, FL

February 22nd – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC

February 23rd – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA

February 24th – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY

February 25th – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA

March 2nd – Corona Theatre, Montreal, QC

March 3rd – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON

March 8th – Terminal West, Atlanta, GA

March 9th – The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ

March 10th – The Novo, Los Angeles, CA

March 14th – WOW Hall, Eugene, OR

March 15th – VENUE, Vancouver, BC

March 16th – Holocene, Portland, OR

March 17th – The Showbox, Seattle, WA

March 23rd – Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

March 24th – Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

March 25th – Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA

April 20th – Sugar, Adelaide, AUS

April 21st – Max Watts, Sydney, AUS

April 24th – Prince Bandroom, Melbourne, AUS

April 25th – Capulet, Brisbane, AUS

May 3rd – Phonox, London, UK

May 4th – Versions, Manchester, UK

May 5th – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK

May 6th – Voodoo, Belfast, UK

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