It’s one of The Most Upbeat & Fun Pieces from The Norwegian Artist
By Vee D
Norwegian alt-punk risers Lazy Queen have been one of the most consistent and effective artists out of the Norwegian scene over the past year. Their unique brand of pop-come-punk has been a cure for the misery of 2020 and their new EP Get Home or Die Trying is shaping up to be the best work of theirs to date.
A natural conclusion to the run of singles leading up to the EP Get Home or Die Trying, with the previous release “Gutted” detailing the same evening of events that A Place To Bury Strangers opens with. Further front person and lyricist Henrik García Søberg describes a night of walking until your shoes are as worn out as your head, trying to organize your thoughts, looking for purpose and a road forward.
Speaking on the new single A Place To Bury Strangers the band state: “It’s about cold sweats at A Place To Bury Strangers-show in Oslo. Winding down, winding out, and trying to make sense of chaos. It’s also Lazy Queen’s official submission for the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. Step aside, Lordi.”
Photo by Fabian Framdal Fjeldvik