“Her music is woozy and mesmeric, combining the introspection of Elliott Smith, the reverb-frenched resonance of Slowdive and the wonky pop sensibility of Kate Bush.” – NOISEY
“Surging forward with waves of rich-textured melancholy…yet more evidence of Tilly’s growing ambitions.” – DIY
Lazy Day began as the solo bedroom project of Tilly Scantlebury. After recording songs in her makeshift bedroom studio, news about Lazy Day spread so quickly that she put together her band. Featuring Beni Evans on drums and Kris Lavin on bass, the warmth and energy they have on stage as a unit is infectious. Everyone’s invited to the party, nobody is left out.
Their debut EP ‘Ribbons’ was released in September 2017, followed by their critically acclaimed follow up ‘Letters’ in 2019. Funded by the PRS and Festival Republic ReBalance scheme, their releases have been supported by Lauren Laverne and Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music, Huw Stephens and Jack Saunders on Radio 1, John Kennedy on Radio X, as well as Noisey, DIY, GoldFlakePaint, Line of Best Fit, NME and Amazing Radio. On top of selling out a string of headline shows, Lazy Day have toured with Jay Som, Bloc Party, Alex Lahey, No Vacation and Amber Arcades.
“Lazy Day continue to flourish in all that they do…woozy guitars and shimmering vocals taken to new, captivating depths.” – GOLDFLAKEPAINT
“Tilly Scantlebury’s soft and breathy vocals cast a tranquilising spell.” – NME
AGENT: Rob McGee