Lazyeyes shares their new single, "Adaptation". New Year EP will arrive later this year.
Lazyeyes just released the second single, "Adaptation" from their upcoming sophomore EP, New Year. It's a pulpy dream pop track slaloming along the edges of shoegaze and power-pop. Lazyeyes is now a proud member of the Flower Booking roster; expect new tour dates soon!
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Lazyeyes is a three-piece shoegaze / dream-pop band from Brooklyn, New York formed in the summer of 2012. The band released their debut self-titled EP the following January 2013 which was immediately heralded by The Deli Magazine as “Best Psych / Shoegaze band in New York”. After a sold-out record release show at legendary Williamsburg venue Glasslands, the Lazyeyes EP garnered widespread acclaim from numerous underground music bloggers. Best New Bands described the their single “Wait” as, “an excellent example of the group’s ability to erupt at an expansive, pyrotechnic level all the while sharply delivering pop-laden hooks.” Purple Sneakers called the EP “a moody and anthemic record, equal parts shoegaze and dream pop.” Soon after, tracks from the EP were featured on BBC Radio, XM Radio & various other FM stations worldwide. The band was founded by guitarist / vocalist Jason Abrishami (The Twees), who was joined by Paul Volpe (Triple Cobra) on bass and Jeremy Sampson (Eastern Hollows) on drums. The band plans to tour behind their up & coming EP.
Praise for Lazyeyes:
"An ode to the Long Island town, "Islip" starts off with heavy-sounding bass before morphing into an upbeat, jangling number with hooky guitars and rolling drums. There's a fuzzed-out Kiwipop surf vibe to it all as well, with just a hint of darkened eyeliner." – Exclaim
"A fast-paced, garage-tinged guitar riff draws the listener in, propelling you through chorus and verse. It is both urgent and reassuringly familiar." - Interview Magazine