Florida Band Releases Debut Album
NAPLES, FLORIDA – Lazy Dayz, a punk rock band rooted in Southwest Florida, will release their debut, 11-song, full-length album “In School” on October 20, 2018. The forthcoming album brings a new sound to the area music scene traditionally reserved for the acoustic singer / songwriter genre.
With heavy bass lines ripping through power guitar riffs, the band’s sound breaks though barriers not attempted since the early years of the punk scene. A strong drum beat cutting through the songs brings the album to full resonance with power not seen in many three-piece ensembles.
The band says In School is a record meant to be the voice of a generation. Taking listeners through the twists and turns of growing up in the modern world. Starting immediately with the traditional-sounding punk track "Cant Sleep" detailing the frustration of insomnia. Clearly, the band members were influenced by Blink 182, Green Day and classic punk bands such as the Ramones and the Misfits. The full-length album includes songs ranging in topics from the the perceived fakeness of growing up in Southwest Florida to the rage of political corruption.
Lazy Dayz is a 3-piece Punk Rock band from Naples Florida. The members are Drew Whitcomb on Bass and Lead Vocals, Brandon Janson on Guitar, and Kat Sokolich on drums. Their first full-length album "In School" is coming out on October 20, 2018.