Lazyrevs Capture Laid back Indie-Pop Sound with New Single
Working from their own studio in the idyllic surrounds of West Sligo, Lazyrevs, made up of Nadine Keogh and Tom O’Connor operate as true independent artists, writing, recording and producing all of their own material and releasing on their own label Revelate Records. The duo have featured on BBC’s Introducing Mixtape with two of their previous singles, and also recently featured in the final season of ABC’s hit TV show ‘Mustangs FC’.
“’Sorry What I Said’ has an Indie Pop summer vibe with lyrics that come from a genuine place of real conversations and memories from past relationships.”
The band took inspiration from Andy Shauf’s ‘Neon Skyline’ on this song. “We were obsessively devouring that song and the sound of that album while in the middle of production for ‘Sorry What I Said’”.
The dry Indie pop sound and catchy guitar hooks are a slight departure from the band’s last single ‘Tidal Wave’ and while ‘Sorry What I Said’ is a definite tip of the hat to Andy Shauf’s production style, it shows that Lazyrevs aren’t afraid to dip a toe into a more diverse sound.
The official release date for ‘Sorry What I Said’ is 30/04/2021 but the song has already received support and airplay from BBC Radio and Amazing Radio in the UK.