Four-piece psych-rockers The Lazy Eyes have unveiled their new single, Nobody Taught Me.
Inspired by frontman Harvey Geraghty time spent with his grandparents in England, the track paints a vivid picture of days spend abroad, taking a more leisurely sonic stroll when compared to their previous releases. Continuing their exploration of psychedelic tinged rock, the track showcases the four-pieces dynamic songwriting skills and arrives alongside an official visual, directed by Jesse Taylor Smith. The kaleidoscopic visual features archival footage from Geraghty's childhood.
Speaking of the track, Geraghty shares: "When I was younger, I would visit my grandparents who live in England every few years. On this one trip, I became friends with the kids who lived on my grandparents street. We would meet up everyday and do things that kids do like run around, have a hit with a tennis ball, play hide and seek, you know. Then the next time I went to England, I was so excited to catch up and play with them again only to find out that they had all left and moved houses. It was pretty sad but I still had a nice trip hanging out with my grandparents (who cameo in the music video) haha. ‘Nobody Taught Me’ encapsulates the good and the sad times experienced in England, from the excitement of playing on the street to the heartbreak of being left alone."
Made up of Geraghty (vocals, guitar, keyboard), Itay Shachar (vocals, guitar), Leon Karagic (bass) and Noah Martin (drums), the four musicians joined forces after meeting at a performing arts high school. Since then, the group have built a cult following with the release of their debut EP, which saw the band perform a number of sold-out headline shows and gain a combined 1.5 million streams.
Nobody Taught Me is out now! Watch the visual below.