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Go Back to Bed with New Orleans Four-Piece Native America’s “Naturally Lazy”

Hear an exhausted-sounding single from the psych band’s’Grown Up Wrong’ LP.

September 25, 2014

Getting out of bed was tough today. I left the window open a crack when I went to sleep, so when I woke up my bedroom was chilly and a little moist. The iPhone weather application promised that there was a 100-percent chance of rain for 100-percent of the day. I wanted to pull the covers over my head, put "Leanworld" on loop and hide out there until Saturday. New Orleans four-piece Native America definitely grasp that feeling. "Naturally Lazy"—a track from the band's full-length, Grown Up Wrong—is an exhausted-sounding rock song with a saturnine melody and nonchalantly sung lyrics about bumming around. And don't you call my phone/ because I've got nowhere to be, it goes at one point, a reminder that sometimes being a creatively restless night owl is a choice, not a curse. Grown Up Wrong comes out November 18th on Inflated Records. There band's upcoming tour dates are down below, too. 

Tour dates:

10/17 - Montevallo, AL - Eclipse
10/18 - Memphis, TN - house show
10/19 - Nashville, TN - Stone Fox
10/20 - Greensboro, NC - Hellraiser Haus
10/22 - Brooklyn, NY (CMJ) - Drom
10/22 - Brooklyn, NY (CMJ) - Grand Victory
10/23 - Brooklyn, NY (CMJ) - Muchmore's
10/24 - Brooklyn, NY (CMJ) - Radio Bushwick
10/24 - New York, NY (CMJ) - The Delancey
10/25 - New York, NY (CMJ) - Piano's
10/27 - Boston, MA - TBA
10/29 - Providence, RI - Dusk
10/30 - Baltimore, MD - Sidebar
10/31 - Washington D.C. - Paperhaus

Go Back to Bed with New Orleans Four-Piece Native America’s “Naturally Lazy”