The Lizards infuse 60s psych influences to garage rock


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Birmingham quartet The Lizards share their incredible new single 60s infused psych-garage single ‘Plastic Dream’.

The indie rock band have just had support from BBC Introducing and recently finished touring with The Twang last month.

New single ‘Plastic Dream’ is drenched in dreamy melodies and psychedelic riffs, the track shimmers through a wall of guitars, pulsating synths and a pounding rhythm section, that can be mapped somewhere between Tame Impala, Ty Segall, Ariel Pink and Spiritualized.

Drawing on their main 60s influences like The Velvet Underground, The Beach Boys and Cream, The Lizards surge of rock will leave you longing for seconds.

Formed in 2015, and comprising of Radek Kubiszyn, Dan Whitehouse, Liam Radburn and Harry Shaw, the quartet have shared the stage with rising stars Dream Wife, JAWS and HMLTD whilst making a name for themselves in the West Midlands.

2019’s other single ‘Astroboy’ indicated a slight change in direction, towards more synth-driven, fuzzy psych-pop which you can tell comes through on ‘Plastic Dream‘.

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