Premiere: LZRD release lively debut single, ‘Anything Anymore’
After making considerable strides in the dance sector, LZRD duo constituents Keenan Haan and Thomas Shull sharpen the definition of LZRD sound via the release of their very first original production. Entitled “Anything Anymore,” LZRD’s debut single is a sonic statement that evinces the pair’s ability to seamlessly engage the stylistics of different genres. The upbeat pop-electronic hybrid engages vocalist, Jake Miller, who fluidly verbalizes the song’s lyrics. The track’s builds percussively mount, to give way to drops that illustrate the anthemic potential of progressive house, as visualized through LZRD’s innovative lens.
The energy that LZRD have brought to the decks at their early, foundational festival gigs and supporting show performances is palpable on “Anything Anymore.” The animated offering follows LZRD’s series of re-imaginative efforts. Listeners will recall LZRD’s collaborative work with T-Mass on their remix of Illenium‘s “It’s All on You,” and can further explore LZRD’s catalog via recent remixes of The Chainsmokers‘ “Sick Boy,” and Lauv and Julia Michaels‘ “There’s No Way,” to name a few. As “Anything Anymore” so vividly conveys, 2019 will inevitably be a big year for the duo, “big” an understatement in itself.