Lazy Habits | The Breach | Video

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Lazy Habits | The Breach | Video

A more intense sound and visual marks the return of Lazy Habits with the first single from their new album.

The Breach is the first single from UK Hip-Hoppers Lazy Habits‘ forthcoming new album The Atrocity Exhibition and sets a more serious tone to what we’re used to.  Where their debut self-titled album was bright and upbeat The Breach “is brimming with aggressively pounding beats and brass and see’s lead vocalist MC Lazy push himself vocally further than perhaps we’ve heard before. ”

The video stars Taron Egerton whom many will recognise from his lead role in the current big-budget movie Kingsman who, it turns out, is a fan and friend of the group. “In a role juxtaposing that of his Kingsman one, we see a timid and nervous Taron Egerton unwillingly caught in the middle of an unforgettable hen-night filled with hedonistic debauchery. As the night unfolds he-befriends busker Joshua Whitehouse, seems to be revelling in the nights shenanigans, but perhaps isn’t the nice guy Taron believes him to be. How will the nights events unfold?

Lazy Habits are gearing up for a UK Tour that begins this April to promote the release of The Atrocity Exhibition. For more information visit


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