“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 is the brainchild of songwriter Tilly Scantlebury. Across a string of singles and EPs, the ascendant London quartet have gained support from Lauren Laverne at BBC 6Music, The Fader, DIY and more off the back of what VICE have called “inherently generous songwriting. The band know their way around an earworm but never sacrifice complex emotionality.”
Their much talked-about and impossibly fun live show has seen them share stages with SASAMI, Jay Som, Girlpool and Bloc Party and hit up festivals including Community, Latitude and Kendal Calling. Now, making their long-awaited return to the live stage with new music in tow, the message is clear: everyone is invited to the party, no one is left out. With funding support from PRS Foundation, watch out for new music very soon.
“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