Leaving behind the more aggressive group The Twees, Jason Abrishami started Brooklyn indie band Lazyeyes with the intention of creating a more dynamic form of pop music in a positive environment. Coming from the Brooklyn art scene, this group makes major use of delay effects (among others) to turn out a constantly evolving batch of fresh songs.
Featured Song: “Wait”
Lazyeyes’ debut, self-titled EP is available now.
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Upcoming tour dates:
3/10 @ Cameo Gallery in Brooklyn, NY
3/21 @ Cake Shop in NYC, NY
4/05 @ Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn, NY
4/26 @ Cameo Gallery in Brooklyn, NY
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