We chat to Lazy Day ahead of their headline set at Moth Club.

Lazy Day began in life in 2014 as the bedroom pop project of Tilly Scantlebury, but they’ve since grown into a full band affair. After putting out a series of releases, this week they’re back with ‘Weird Cool’ – a grungy, garage pop tune with an accompanying fun video – which is officially released this Friday (9th March) via Art is Hard.

After two previous sold out shows at The Lexington and The Victoria, the band are headlining Moth Club tomorrow. Ahead of the show, we got to know Tilly and the band a little better.

Three words to describe our music…
Dreamy groovy bold

Favourite ever film…
School of Rock

Favourite Instagram account…
This is an even tie between @weratedogs and @artofthelword. Maybe the dogs sit slightly ahead, actually. Such hope and comfort.

The best venue I’ve played…
Just gunna jump in my time machine quickly. Moth Club! What a show! Everyone had the best night of their lives.

The song I can’t listen to…
I used to not be able to listen to Sharon Van Etten’s song ‘Afraid of Nothing’ because it was way too real. But now I am strong and brave and can face it head on. We all have an achilles heel though. Like Liam when ‘Uptown Girl’ came on in the van on tour.

The worst job I’ve ever had…
In a cafe where the clientele was purely made up of mean and posh mums. The combination of mean and posh was pretty rough, especially when that babyccino isn’t quite right.

My favourite meal to cook…
A breakfast of champions.

If I was in a tribute band it would be…
Robyn because then I could do all the dances too.

My favourite word…
No (also my first word).

If I had a superpower I’d want it to be…
Some sort of Black Mirror inspired high-tech time travel. Fast forward all the rough times and rewind to relive the sweet ones.

If I could play a gig anywhere it would be…
A tropical island, surrounded by clear blue water, ruled by women.

I think you should listen to…
Dama Scout, they’re so good! I can’t wait to see them at Moth Club. Normally I feel grim with nerves before a LD show, but I think watching Dama Scout will feel really good.

If I could see anyone play live it would be…
Joni Mitchell with my mum.

Lazy Day play Moth Club on 9th March.