London-based Lazy Day have announced that they'll be releasing a new EP called Letters on March 22nd via their own Weird Cool Records. The first track to be shared from the 5 song set is the opening 'Double j'. Band leader Tilly Scantlebury explains the inspiration of the song, saying:

“I wrote ‘Double j’ about my best friend and how she gets me through a lot. It feels really good to talk about her strength and all that it does for me, especially shouting about it in the big choruses. These are the happiest lyrics I’ve ever written, and I wanted the music to properly reflect that - to be a fierce celebration of friendship.”

Appropriately, 'Double j' is a big and bold rock song that just compels you to jump around in windmilling carelessness, akin to the kind of insurmountably happy moments you share with your best mates. Big riffs underscore Scantlebury's rich voice as it lists a series of admirable personality traits she finds in her best friend and how they give her the boon she needs to get through life. 'Double j' is boisterous and effervescent, not dragging for a second as Lazy Day rattle and roll their way through a rollercoaster of guitar-guided great times.

Following the release of the Letters EP on March 22nd, Lazy Day will be heading out on tour:

Mar 26th | Glasgow, UK @ Stereo
Mar 27th | Leeds, UK @ Headrow House
Mar 28th | London, UK @ Oslo
Mar 29th | Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade
Apr 2nd | Hamburg, DE @ Turmzimmer
Apr 3rd | Berlin, DE @ Privatclub
Apr 4th | Munich, DE @ Zehner
Apr 5th | Dusseldorf, DE @ Zakk
Apr 6th | Brussels, BE @ Volta Club
May 4th | Liverpool, UK @ Sound City