The Lazy Eyes
The Lazy Eyes

The Lazy Eyes

With Salarymen and Kosher Groove
Marrickville Bowling Club (Marrickville, NSW)
Thursday, 16 December 2021 7:30 PM
16 days away
18 Plus
Australian Artists

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The Lazy Eyes at Marrickville Bowling Club (Marrickville, NSW) on Thursday, 16 December 2021
The Lazy Eyes are back! Out of lockdown and into the Bowlo for a special end of year Xmas show on 16 December. Come party with the band as they see out the year in style after just announcing their new single Fuzz Jam, and that their debut album SongBook will be out next year. 

Fuzz Jam is The Lazy Eyes at the height of their powers, without compromising that feeling of stumbling upon that viral footage of 'Half Full Glass Of Wine' and wishing you had witnessed a band destined for stadium glory. These are the sights The Lazy Eyes set with their debut album, SongBook, a world unto itself. Including a collection of the best The Lazy Eyes songs written over the course of their first five years of infancy but like every good fantasy world, it abides by its own logic. Step inside: the colours are a little brighter; things move a little slower, but they’re liable to get inordinately faster in the blink of an eye. Suddenly you’re in a garden in full blossom, and you didn’t even notice; you walked a mile without taking a single step.

SongBook is strange like that — all journey and all destination, a decidedly modern marvel of psych-rock that’s unpretentious in construction but precious where it counts. Since their undeniable breakthrough in 2020, The Lazy Eyes have become emblematic torchbearers of the next generation of Australia’s psych-rock scene, their reputation and talent spreading like word of mouth wildfire across projects, EP1 and EP2, include the hits 'Where's My Brain???' and 'Cheesy Love Song'. From selling out numerous East Coast shows and the debut of their own music festival Lazyfest, acclaim has clammered both locally and globally for the band, across Complex, KCRW, BBC 6 Music and Radio 1, SPIN, triple j Unearthed, FBi Radio and countless more, including their place in the NME 100 for 2021. Step inside, but be warned: Once you’re in The Lazy Eyes' world, you might not want to leave any time soon.