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Lazlo Bane have released a new video – a cover version of the World Party’s 80’s single “Ship of Fools”.
The band, joined by Laary Goldings on keyboards, is shown performing in a variety of places themed around the environmental problems concluding with the message to save our planet in the end of the video.
The video features Make Everyday Earth Day logo on the Chicken's drum that was designed by Brooke Fischer. It is available on a number of merch here.
It is also notable that “Ship of Fools” has never been released by Lazlo Bane in any kind before, unlike the case with the band’s previous video releases. This makes it the first “new” addition to Guilty Pleasures the 80’s from 2012. Could this lead somewhere?
The new update for the website brings to you the lyrics for all the Guilty Pleasures tracks. The long lasting debt has been finally closed!
Just like with the Guilty Pleasures the 80's Volume 1 the lyrics represent the exact Lazlo Bane versions of the songs, whether there are slight word changes or even 'Growing a beard' [for I'm not in Love music video] instead of 'Hitting the beer' in Climax Blues Band original.
Links the the lyrics are on the album's page. Enjoy!
Lazlo Bane have released a new video for the new version of "Trampoline", originally from the All the Time in the World.
The video is influenced a lot by The Beatles and shows the band dreaming of recording at Abbey Road Studios and then performing in various unique places, including the studio rooftop, the mountains and even under the sea and above the clouds.
The description of the video also gives some insights on the "Trampoline" creation as Lazlo Bane expected it being the lead single for the album.