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Australian psych four-some The Lazy Eyes release their debut album Songbook. The album follows a pair ofstartling EP's and comes as The Lazy Eyes prepare for some high-profile tour support alongside The Strokes,CHAI & Gang Of Youths whilst heading over to the UK & North America later in the year. Songbook ramps thingsup a notch, and it's led by the bruising triple J high rotation favourite 'Fuzz Jam'.SongBook is a world unto itself, and like every good fantasy world, it abides by it's own logic. Step inside: thecolours are a little brighter; things move a little slower, but they're liable to get inordinately faster in the blink of aneye. The landscape is all hard brick and plasterdust - stoner lurch and Sabbath-y chug - until a hook bursts forth,unexpected, like a flower from concrete. Suddenly you're in a garden in full blossom, and you didn't even notice; youwalked a mile without taking a single step.For fans of Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, The Beatles & King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard
Australian psych four-some The Lazy Eyes release their debut album Songbook. The album follows a pair ofstartling EP's and comes as The Lazy Eyes prepare for some high-profile tour support alongside The Strokes,CHAI & Gang Of Youths whilst heading over to the UK & North America later in the year. Songbook ramps thingsup a notch, and it's led by the bruising triple J high rotation favourite 'Fuzz Jam'.SongBook is a world unto itself, and like every good fantasy world, it abides by it's own logic. Step inside: thecolours are a little brighter; things move a little slower, but they're liable to get inordinately faster in the blink of aneye. The landscape is all hard brick and plasterdust - stoner lurch and Sabbath-y chug - until a hook bursts forth,unexpected, like a flower from concrete. Suddenly you're in a garden in full blossom, and you didn't even notice; youwalked a mile without taking a single step.For fans of Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, The Beatles & King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard
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Australian psych four-some The Lazy Eyes release their debut album Songbook. The album follows a pair ofstartling EP's and comes as The Lazy Eyes prepare for some high-profile tour support alongside The Strokes,CHAI & Gang Of Youths whilst heading over to the UK & North America later in the year. Songbook ramps thingsup a notch, and it's led by the bruising triple J high rotation favourite 'Fuzz Jam'.SongBook is a world unto itself, and like every good fantasy world, it abides by it's own logic. Step inside: thecolours are a little brighter; things move a little slower, but they're liable to get inordinately faster in the blink of aneye. The landscape is all hard brick and plasterdust - stoner lurch and Sabbath-y chug - until a hook bursts forth,unexpected, like a flower from concrete. Suddenly you're in a garden in full blossom, and you didn't even notice; youwalked a mile without taking a single step.For fans of Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, The Beatles & King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard
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