LAZY QUEEN Share A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS

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.”

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