Lazywall are a modern hard rock band that formed in 2003 when brothers Monz and Nao got into the local Reading (UK) music scene. Since then, the three piece band have played a lot of gigs, a few festivals and recorded with Steve Albini in Chicago, mastered with Sean Magee at Abbey Road, rocked a maximum capacity of 20 000 crowd in Casablanca, been through the same sh*t every hard working breaking band usually goes through to get where they are now and values every fan that takes the time to appreciate their sound.
Fresh off the back of their 2007 tours in France and the Czech Republic, the band are set to record their new material in early 2008, with a line-up of shows planned in the spring and summer.
Some of the things said about Lazywall...
"Lazywall are the bread and butter of record companies..." and "Taste Personified" - Glasswerk
“your songs feature strong musical and melodic parts. The musicianship is strong and solid, the vocal delivery is sincere and full of attitude - nice.” – TAXI A&R
"..they have a huge sound" – Spill Magazine
"An audience thrilling trio" – T&T Music
“They definitely have a good sense of how to structure and create "modern rock" songs” – TAXI A&R
The band's name was derived from a wall along the coast of Tangier (Morocco), overlooking the Mediterranean Sea across to the coast of Spain and mainland Europe. On this wall, ambitious Moroccan citizens sit, smoke, drink and dream of “making it” in Europe. The wall is known by locals as sour al maagazine, the lazy wall.
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