UK Artist of the Week: The Very Lazy Sundays

Don’t let their name fool you, because for us, The Very Lazy Sundays are nothing but on point and ready to rumble if their debut single is anything to go by.

“Sometimes A Broken Heart” is a beautifully poignant indie-folk vignette that will give you all the feels from the offset. Combining rich harmonies with intricate twinkles on the piano and gentle strums of the guitar, this single is the feel-good break-up single we all needed. Lead singer Diyar Abdullah’s soft, colloquial vocal style feels instantly familiar, like an old friend you haven’t seen for a while. Perhaps because it also has inklings of the likes of Jack Johnson or Ryan Adams in it.

“Sometimes A Broken Heart” feels predominantly folk-esque for the most part, up until Diyar breaks out a simple but apt “rap” toward the end, giving the single an almost The Streets feel. We’re not sure if that’s what they’re going for, but its working.

“Sometimes A Broken Heart” is in stores now.

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