London-based indie rockers Lazy Day bring choreography to the rehearsal room in their charming new video. "Real Feel" is the first track from the prolific group since they dropped their Letters EP in March of this year. This time out the guitars are beefed up and songwriter Tilly Scantlebury lets loose with a vocal that is equal parts tender and raw.
"Real Feel"'s video reflects the songs themes of embracing happiness and catches the band as they play live while conjuring up a DIY dance routine to accompany the track. You won't see the moves in the next Beyoncé video but there's a homespun grace to them, nonetheless.
Speaking to The FADER via email, Scantlebury said:"'Real Feel' is about being pushed and pulled between the past and the present, and between being sad and feeling hopeful. I find it scary how much control your past has over you and your future, so a lot of these lyrics deal with this fear of being dragged backwards. Ultimately though, this song feels like a reminder to myself to not let things get in the way of being happy, and to keep moving forwards."
Lazy Day head out on a U.K. and Ireland tour in October and November. Check out their full schedule below.