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Lazy Day
Letters

Letters is the latest in a line of singles and EPs, including an RSD split single with Tuff Love, from London’s dreamy indie/grunge four-piece Lazy Day. The band started as a solo bedroom project of Tilly Scantlebury before expanding to a four-piece to take on the world. Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and Gideon Coe have all given 6 Music airtime to the band. Limited edition 10" blue sparkle coloured vinyl on Weird Cool.
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Lazy Day
Weird Cool

Limited edition orange 7" flexidisc and zine from London based dream pop band Lazy Day. Weird Cool captures the uncertainty and excitement of starting a relationship with someone new. The zine includes an interview between Lazy Day's songwriter, Tilly Scantlebury, and music writer Sammy Maine.

Lazy Day
Ribbons EP

Reissue of Lazy Day’s 2017 EP Ribbons here courtesy of Lost Map. This remains one of the better releases of the post-Demarco age, a feat achieved by the song-craft and way with melody of Lazy Day’s head-honcho Tilly Scantlebury. The strange musique concrete and found-sound vignettes that pepper Ribbons also give it a pleasing variation.

Lazy Day
Disappear / All The Time

In 2014 Tilly Scantlebury started recording songs in her bedroom. Since then, she has recruited a rhythm section and guitarist to form Lazy Day and help realise her dream pop/alt rock vision. The band had a RSD ‘15 split 7” with Tuff Love which completely sold out. Now the London-based quartet are going out on their own with a double A sided single - Disappear / All The Time.

Tuff Love / Lazy Day
Groucho / Portrait

A summer-ready split release on Lost Map. Tuff Love deliver Groucho, a slice of sunshine pop, whilst the flip side sees their friends Lazy Day offer up their track Portrait, an epic, intimate accompaniment to the hazy fuzz-pop of the A side. Out on split 7" inc. download from Lost Map. Limited to 300 copies.