Hot on the heels of their new EP release ‘kinda’, LA trio LANY have announced details of four headline shows in the UK.

The dates - which run from August 30 til September 2 - follow their appearance at Reading and Leeds and will be the first time the band have played headline shows out of London.

LANY will then play their first shows in mainland Europe with six dates running from September 5-15.

The UK tour dates are:

August 30 - Glasgow, King Tut's

August 31 - Manchester, Sound Control

September 1 - London, Dingwalls

September 2 - Birmingham Academy

The ‘kinda’ EP features four unreleased tracks, as well as the recently released singles 'Where The Hell Are My Friends' and 'yea, babe, no way'. The effortless alt-pop glide of new single ‘yea, babe, no way’ is just one reason why the LA trio are one of 2016’s most exciting new bands. The three-piece belong in the lineage of adventurous US indie bands who match eclectic grooves to indelible hooks.

Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss formed LANY in 2014.

The old school friends collaborated on some songs that Klein had written and within days they had created a clutch of anthems that were too good to ignore. The band record and produce everything themselves in their apartment in Malibu.

Even at this early stage, their songs have connected on a large scale: the blissful dream-pop of ‘ILYSB’ made big waves when they put it online and has had over 15 million Spotify plays so far. Their debut single ‘Where The Hell Are My Friends’ is already nudging four million plays in a matter of weeks. LANY create music that makes the intimate feel universal and connects them indelibly with their growing fanbase.

LANY are set to be one of the breakthrough live acts of the summer as they take in a global tour of festivals from Reading and Leeds to Bonnaroo. They have been honing their live set through support slots with Twin Shadow and Halsey.

This year they played their first headline tour of the US and sold out every show, with the demand to accommodate fans resulting in extra dates being added and rooms extended. Their show at New York’s Soho House saw queues round the block and was attended by Sam Smith and Ryan Tedder.