Since forming in July last year, Roobs And The Washing Line Economy have refined their laid-back brand of music into something truly irresistible.
With a string of singles already under their belt, the band have just released their new single Lazy; a three-minute slice of hazy indie-rock glory.
If you enjoy sitting on your couch and running away from responsibilities, Roobs and the Washing Line Economy’s new single Lazy is right up your alley.
Roobs and the Washing Line Economy are a Perth-based four piece making chilled-out, surf-infused indie-rock with lyrics that will relate to any millennial. Adulting is hard – no one wants to do it.
Lazy is an incredibly catchy and upbeat song about a refusal to grow up and the struggles of becoming an adult. You know, ’cause no one really teaches you how to do it.
There is a certain comfort in knowing other people are going through the same seemingly trivial difficulties. This is a major part of why Roobs And The WLE are resonating so well with audiences – they’re real.
Roobs and the gang are known for changing styles between songs and the fun, chill surf vibes of this track fit the message perfectly. Musically it reflects that feeling of not being able to drag yourself off the couch except to limply collect food from Mum’s fridge.
Lazy is the latest taste of the band’s full-length album What Are the Odds due later this year! Judging by the quality of everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes.
If you happen to be in WA next week, catch the band launching Lazy on Thursday, March 14 at Bar Four4Nine.