Lane 8 Reveals Latest Single ‘Coming Back To You’ feat. J.F. July Ahead Of ‘Little By Little’ Album

Album Due January 19th, Accompanied By No-Phones/No Filming ‘This Never Happened’ World Tour


Just over two weeks from the release of his anticipated second artist album ‘Little By Little’, Lane 8 aka Daniel Goldstein has shared the latest single from the album in ‘Coming Back To You’ – blending subtle textures with driving melodic grooves and a blissfully catchy chorus from J.F. July. This single follows the dreamy leftfield pop of ‘No Captain’ feat. Poliça and the melodic house cut Atlas.

The ‘Little By Little’ album – and its accompanying 36 date global tour – marks the latest pinnacle in the steadily climbing journey of Lane 8’s This Never Happened label and events concept.

Just over two years ago, Lane 8 took a leap of faith when he announced his This Never Happened label and launch event at San Francisco’s Mezzanine. For the first time ever he asked his fans to leave their phones and cameras from the dancefloor and instead connect with the music, and each other, in the purest possible way; free of distractions and technology.

But his fan community embraced the concept in full when the first This Never Happened event at San Francisco’s Mezzanine sold out in under two hours. In the past 18 months, Lane 8’s This Never Happened tours have taken the concept to over 30 shows across four continents – selling out venues such as LA’s Fonda Theatre and New York’s Warsaw in the process.

Kicking off at the end of January in Texas, the ‘Little By Little’ album tour will take in 36 venues across USA, Canada, Europe and Australia – with flagships including San Francisco’s Warfield, LA’s Novo and Brooklyn Steel.

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’.

January 2018
25 – Ironwood Hall, Austin, TX, USA
26 – Stereo Live Dallas, Dallas, TX, USA
27 – Stereo Live Houston, Houston, TX, USA

February 2018
1 – Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL, USA
2 – Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI, USA
3 – El Club Detroit, MI, USA
8 – The Loft at Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, USA
9 – Club Space, Miami, FL, USA
10 – Gilt Orlando, FL, USA
16 – Republic, New Orleans, LA, USA
17 – The Ritz Ybor, Tampa, FL, USA
22 – 9.30 Club, Washington, DC, USA
23 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA, USA
24 – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY, USA
25 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA, USA

March 2018
2 – Corona Theatre, Montreal, QC, CAN
3 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON, USA
9 – The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ, USA
10 – The Novo, Los Angeles, CA, USA
14 – WOW Hall, Eugene, OR, USA
15 – Venue, Vancouver, BC, CAN
16 – Holocene, Portland, OR, USA
17 – The Showbox, Seattle, WA, USA
23 – Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO, USA
24 – Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA, USA
25 – Ace Of Spades, Sacramento, CA, USA

April 2018
20 – Sugar, Adelaide, Aus
21 – Max Watts, Sydney, Aus
24 – Prince, Melbourne, Aus
25 – Capulet, Brisbane, Aus

May 2018
3 – Phonox, London, UK
4 – Versions, Manchester, UK
5 – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
6 – Limelight 1, Belfast, UK
11 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
12 – Smolna, Warsaw, Poland

📷 Jason Siegel Photography