Listen Lazy Day to release ‘Letters’ EP next month

Lazy Day to release ‘Letters’ EP next month

They’re also heading on tour this spring.

Londoners Lazy Day have announced details of a new EP.

The five-track ‘Letters’ will be out on 22nd March via Weird Cool Records, and features the song ‘Double j’, which the Tilly Scantlebury-fronted group have shared today.

“I wrote ‘Double j’ about my best friend and how she gets me through a lot,” says Tilly. “It feels really good to talk about her strength and all that it does for me, especially shouting about it in the big choruses. These are the happiest lyrics I’ve ever written, and I wanted the music to properly reflect that - to be a fierce celebration of friendship.”

‘Letters’ was recorded with producer Steph Marziano at Czar Street Studios in London.

The track listing is:

Double j
Tell Me
Mostly Me

The band also head out on tour this spring.

26 Glasgow Stereo
27 Leeds Headrow House
28 London Oslo
29 Bristol Rough Trade

Tickets are on sale now.

Listen to ‘Double j’ below.

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