Esther Hazy, Eggs Review
Esther Hazy is a three-piece indie-folk band based in Montreal Canada. The trio’s members are from Australia and Canada. Esther Hazy is: Ed Denton (vocals, guitar) and Paul Lucyk (vocals, guitar) and Neil Robinson (bass). The laid-back indie rock group finds inspiration from 90’s alternative rock, such as Radiohead and Jeff Buckley as well as modern indie bands such as Alt J and Grizzly Bear. For their debut EP, Live at The Paintshop, the trio enlisted Oliver Martins on drums. In 2018, Martins moved to Ottawa and was replaced by a series of drummers, but Esther Hazy continued to work on the material for their debut LP titled, The War on Common Sense, due for release in January 2019. Until then, Ester Hazy is releasing the first single “Eggs,” from their forthcoming album. Set to a relaxed indie-folk feel and melancholic harmony. With a catchy melody, the song is about facing life’s disappointment.
Release Date: December 21, 2018
Solid two-part vocal harmonies, soft acoustic guitars, swelling organ and full bass, the band delivers a well-written song with beautiful lyrics.