Lazywall is one of the most popular and widely acclaimed Moroccan rock bands which was formed in 2003 in Reading, England by three Anegay brothers. Monz, Nao, and Youssef formulated the band and adopted the genre of classic rock music on basis of their immense love and admiration for the given genre. The band gradually started acquiring the credential exposure and released their first EP “Primal Tapes” in 2006, recorded in Chicago by Nirvana's producer Steve Albini. Following this, Lazywall moved back to Morocco to released their first album "Apoptosia” in 2009. Lazywall discography comprises of three other distinctive albums by the name of "Restart" (2010), “Aporia’s Bane” (2012), and “Square Minds in Round Heads” (2015).
Lazywall has acquired a great degree of acclamation worldwide and has performed at some of the grandest stages of them all. Lazywall has participated in “L’boulevard Festival” for three times, has had a luxury of performing at some of the most prestigious rock festivals worldwide like SXSW in Austin (USA) and Garorock (France). Lazywall adopted Arabic sounds and began using instruments such as Oud, and Darbouka and became in 2010 the first rock band to perform live on national TV.
They are currently working on their fifth album “The Hundredth Monkey” which is set to be released in the summer of 2017.
Photo by Ilham Adebibe
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