Logan Lynn's album, New Money, out now!

Logan Lynn's album, New Money, is out TODAY - January 21. This is Logan’s 10th studio album, but first for Kill Rock Stars. Produced in collaboration with longtime co-writer Gino Mari and written at home over the course of 2020, the album is a nine song testament to queer power, gay joy, and the belief that we will someday come back together; at shows, in crowds, and on the dance floor. Tackling themes of life in the face of suffering, Covid loneliness, and addiction recovery, lampooning New Portland and gentrification, and including two tributes to his all-time musical heroes Liz Phair and Elliott SmithNew Money is Logan’s infectious invitation to dance the last few years off.

“For nearly 20 years, dance-pop artist Logan Lynn has made a career out of crafting catchy, disorderly songs that almost all include big beats, fun melodies and cheeky lyrics.” – Billboard

“2021 Performers of the Year” – Out Magazine

“The sound of lo-fi New Order fused to Depeche Mode grime, albeit with lots more hedonism, gay sex, and musical provocations of the most pleasurable sort — the guy knows what he’s doing, and it’s a delicious thrill to hear.” – The A.V. Club

“A tribute to finding community when feeling like an outcast.” – Voice of America

“‘New Money’ is full of heartfelt lyrics worn hard on a Gucci sleeve, backed by disco ballsy glitch. Upbeat music with melancholic yet optimistic lyrics, it’s a real effervescent blast, a slap of cologne round your chops.” – Velvet Sheep (UK)

1. It’s Been Forever
2. Eat&Drink&Smoke&Shop&Fuck
3. Rich And Beautiful
4. Fight Or Flight
5. Sit And Spin
6. Fuck And Run (Liz Phair)
7. Is There Anyone Else Like This In The World?
8. Baby Britain (Elliott Smith)
9. Here’s To Us

Earlier this week, Logan shared the video for "Is There Anyone Else Like This In The World?"  It juxtaposes the message with vibrant imagery of a homoerotic fever dream, a nod to Logan’s roots in the early 90’s rave scene, his previous struggles with addiction, and the madness of queer adulthood.