‘Eat, Lazarus, Eat’ is an explosive indie charger, showing an energetic, chirpier side to Chester’s Seegulls. Whilst undoubtedly heavily influenced by NYC indie big-wigs such as The Drums et al, their uptempo feel has us harking back further to the new-rave era of The Sunshine Underground and Klaxons; bands that weren’t afraid to push their once-modest genre a little bit further.
‘Eat, Lazarus, Eat’ starts with a familiar charm, but the track grows in volume and intensity throughout its length, almost unrecognisable from its intro by the track’s end. Far from being predictable, this gives them an inviting allure that undoubtedly draws listeners to their live shows. Seegulls clearly have something new on offer here.