Watch Lany get colorful for ‘Super Far’

To say that Lany’s 2017 has been a busy one for the trio would an understatement. The group not only released their much-anticipated debut album at the beginning of the summer, but they’ve also spent much of the year touring non-stop all over the world including a short stint opening for John Mayer in April. Somehow, in between their busy schedule, the band managed to take some time to film a music video for their latest single, “Super Far.”

On Tuesday (Sept. 12), the Los Angeles-based band unleashed a colorful, but simple clip for the latest single from their self-titled album. The music video, which clocks in at just a bit over three and a half minutes, begins with the guys (Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss) being locked inside of a plain, empty room.

As the song begins to play, the viewer watches as the walls of the room begin to changes colors as the video progresses. Throughout the clip, the guys keep it simple by walking around the room and even busting out some synchronized dance moves like they were part of some 90’s boy band. The music video was directed by Isaac Ravishankara whose resume includes Kesha and Hozier while “Super Far” was co-written by One Republic’s Ryan Tedder. Watch the music video for “Super Far” above.

“Super Far” joins previously released singles “Good Girls,” “It Was Love,” and “ILYSB” on Lany’s debut, self-titled album. LANY was released back in June and reached the number 32 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 chart as well as earning a spot on Billboard’s Top 10 Digital Album chart.

In support of their new album, Lany will once again hit the road this fall. At the end of September, the group will return to North America for “The LANY Tour: Part Two.” The second outing will kick off on Sept. 25 at the House of Blues in New Orleans and conclude over a month later on Nov. 12 at the MacEwan Ballroom in Calgary, Alberta. The full list of upcoming tour dates can be seen here.