Influenced by New Orleans Jazz, Soul and Hip Hop, Lazy Habits have made their presence known with their own brand of hard hitting beats and slick lyrics about modern British culture and urban life.
The London based six-piece have notched up shows at legendary venues including Shepherd’s Bush Empire, The Roundhouse, KOKO; and toured with the likes of Mos Def, Bonobo, and Chali 2Na (Jurrasic5).
Alongside Lazy Habits’ memorable live festival performances at Glastonbury, Bestival and Secret Garden Party they have also sold out shows in Taiwan and Singapore, during the group's tour of Asia in 2015. They are fast becoming a formidable, energetic and renowned international live act, and 2016 saw them returning to Asia, UK and Europe to tour their highly awaited second album. Now in 2017 the band are working on new material and once again hitting the road across the globe, with many main stage festival appearances due across the summer.
After reaching the top 10 in the iTunes UK Hip-Hop chart with their self-titled debut album, of which Mixmag described as 'swish, perfectly produced', and fans included Ghostpoet, Lazy Habits have released their follow up: 'The Atrocity Exhibition' in May 2016 with first single 'The Breach' a welcome return, receiving radio play from BBC 6 Music. The album itself has received positive reviews from both fans and press climbing into the top 20 itunes hiphop charts in the UK and racking up over 50k streams in its first 3 weeks.