Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

music


band members

Harvey, Itay, Leon and Noah


Influences

The Beach Boys, The Flaming Lips, Grandaddy


Website

thelazyeyes.com

Bio

The Lazy Eyes are a four-piece psychedelic rock band based in Sydney, Australia. The band are Harvey Geraghty (vocals, guitar, keyboard), Itay Shachar (vocals, guitar), Leon Karagic (bass) and Noah Martin (drums).

At just 15 years old, they met at a performing arts high school which provided fertile ground to pursue their creative endeavours. In the time since, the group have built a cult following with their magnetic live set. Long before their debut single, word of them spread like wildfire. This eventually reached the BBC’s Abbie McCarthy who aired the then unreleased ‘Cheesy Love Song’ during a takeover on Australia’s national youth broadcaster, triple j.

In the year that followed, their debut EP saw The Lazy Eyes sell out headline shows, amass over a combined 1.5 million streams and receive praise from the BBC’s Jack Saunders, Apple Music’s Matt Wilkinson, Bandcamp, NME, DIY Mag, The Line of Best Fit, i-D, Clash and many more.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

18 May 2021

Triple J
45

The Lazy Eyes leave you transfixed on this new one. It's a psychy, dreamy, colourful jam that'll leave you dazed and spaced out.

The Lazy Eyes leave you transfixed on this new one. It's a psychy, dreamy, colourful jam that'll leave you dazed and spaced out.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

07 May 2021

Triple J
45

just call this song Steven Bradbury 'cause it just casually scooted past the competition to take top spot as my favourite upload this week.

just call this song Steven Bradbury 'cause it just casually scooted past the competition to take top spot as my favourite upload this week.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

07 May 2021

Triple J
40

I really like this side of Lazy Eyes! It's a chance for us to focus a little more on their lyricism and be more present in the moment than you can be in those longer, swirling jam outs they also do so well. They can do it all.

I really like this side of Lazy Eyes! It's a chance for us to focus a little more on their lyricism and be more present in the moment than you can be in those longer, swirling jam outs they also do so well. They can do it all.