With the release of their self-titled debut last year, the Brooklyn-based trio Lazyeyes, comprised of members of several locally-based indie bands features Jason Abrishami of The Twees (vocals, guitar), Paul Volpe of Triple Cobra (bass) and Jeremy Sampson of Eastern Hollows (drums) received attention from the likes of The Deli Magazine, Best New Bands, Purple Sneakers and other blogs across the blogosphere. Several singles off that effort received regular airplay on BBC Radio, XM Radio and a number of FM radio stations across the world. And the release of their New Year EP, released earlier this year furthered the band’s growing profile as it received praise form Stereogum, NME, Interview Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan and others. 

As the band announced a summer tour with The Teen Age that includes an August 1 stop at Rough Trade, they released a new single off their New Year EP, “Fractals.” Consisting of shimmering and swirling guitar lines, a steady bass line, thundering drumming,  and vocals sung through gentle washes of reverb, the new single may arguably be the moodiest and most atmospheric track the band has released to date – and interestingly enough bears a slight resemblance to The Fixx’s “Sign of Fire” and “Red Skies at Night.”