Paul Klein of LANY Has Some Advice for Fans Going Through a Breakup

If you love him so bad but you need to let go.

( Alternative band LANY first performed in the Philippines during the Wanderland Music Festival in 2017 and they have captured the hearts of many Filipinos with their heartfelt and meaningful songs.



With a growing fan base and a roster of hits, including ILYSB (I Love You So Bad), Good Girls, and SUPER FAR, Paul Klein, Les Priest, and Jake Goss are back in Manila to make hearts swoon. Since a lot of their songs are about obsession, longing, drifting apart, and breaking up, we at decided to ask the band if they have any advice for their listeners who are also going through the same phase in life.




“I’m not a relationship expert but I think [you should] just kind of guard your heart,” vocalist Klein said. “If it doesn’t work out, just walk in love and forgiveness...Dedicate yourself to craft and surround yourself with good friends and it’s all good,” he added.


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The band has definitely been working on their craft, with as many as 16 songs in their self-titled debut album. Each and every track is inspired by the band’s experiences and feelings. “I’ve never been embarrassed for being honest. I’ve never regretted being honest or telling the truth. Lyrically, we’re here today [for] speaking openly, candidly our emotions and our experiences,” Klein said.



Aside from sharing stories about their personal lives, the trio also updated their fans on their ongoing tour and gave a shout out to their Pinoy fans by saying “Mahal kita, sobra,” the Filipino translation of their hit single, ILYSB.




LANY will be playing at multiple Ayala Malls this weekend. You can catch them at Glorietta on August 4, 7 p.m.; Greenbelt on August 5, 3 p.m. and Alabang Town Center at 7 p.m.; Market! Market! And Trinoma on August 6, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively.

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