The Melbourne-based outfit are back with their sophomore single, ‘Lazy Boy’.
Fresh off the back of releasing their debut single ‘The Movie’ in March, Shepparton-raised, Melbourne-based psych-pop outfit Go Dog Go have unleashed another new track.
Titled ‘Lazy Boy’, Go Dog Go’s sophomore single is a punchy psych ballad melding a catchy piano riff with rhythmic beats and fluttering synth.
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Exploring the quest to find your place within the world and navigate relationships, the single’s dream-inspired lyrics are elevated by frontman Charlie Bowmaker’s floating vocals.
The single comes hand-in-hand with a film clip shot and directed by Michael Ridley (Violent Soho, RAT!hammock) and co-directed by Izzie Austin (Surprise Chef, GL).
Playing on the idea of ‘corporate dogs’, the film clip follows a bunch of dog-headed suits through a day at the office, throwing in boardroom lizard people for good measure.
A mind-bending, bizarre visual trip complemented by crisp production value, the film clip mirrors the energy of the track beautifully.
Go Dog Go will hit the stage at the Evelyn Hotel next month to launch ‘Lazy Boy’. If it’s anything like their debut single launch earlier this year, you’ll want to be quick to grab tickets before they sell out.
Watch the film clip for ‘Lazy Boy’ below.
Go Dog Go will launch ‘Lazy Boy’ at the Evelyn Hotel on Saturday July 3. Grab your tickets here.