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Lazy Day find their happy in the uplifting new video for 'Real Feel'

"We had so much fun dancing together."
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Published: 12:01 pm, October 08, 2019
Lazy Day find their happy in the uplifting new video for 'Real Feel'

Lazy Day have shared a new video for 'Real Feel'.

A cut from the band's recent 'Letters' EP, it's a song about "being pushed and pulled between the past and the present, and between being sad and feeling hopeful," explains songwriter Tilly Scantlebury.

"The ability to overcome something sad and turn it into something joyful isn’t only what 'Real Feel' is about, but is also how I see Lazy Day itself," she continues. "I really wanted the video to show that transformation, starting from somewhere quite lonely and then building into something that gives a true sense of happiness. We had so much fun dancing together as a band and trying to keep a straight face. I hope people at the shows learn some of these dance moves and groove along with us."

Check out 'Real Feel' below, and catch the band on tour this October and November.

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