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Released: 11.03.22






Pop psychedelia for a jaded 21st Century post-pandemic, intensified sensory perception, they’ve spent a good number of years honing their rose-tinted sensibility and have crafted a fine addition to the universal freak out zone.

Less garagey than the Gizzards, more in a peculiar binary orbit of the Dukes of Stratosphere and Tame Impala, The Lazy Eyes are hitting a sweet spot with their groovy confection, particularly with the tracks Fuzz Jam and Where’s My Brain, we just need a new summer of love to compliment the album’s sunny existence in these cold times. The closing tracks Imaginary Girl and Cheesy Love Song are delightfully Pepper-esque and belie such talent in a band just starting out on their mind bending careers.


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