Lead single from the Eazy Queezy Squeezy EP ‘(I Don't Wanna) Break Your Heart’ cements Green Buzzard’s ability to leave some dirt on the songwriting diamond. Tying colourful sounds with optimistic foresight, the band create an ode to not falling in love to the backdrop of jagged guitars and ‘we’re not just here to make up the numbers’ keyboards. Essentially delivering what journalists in the olden days used to call ‘a knockout punch’, it’s just a really good song by a really good band.
A heady mix of downbeat soul undertones and and an undeniable song writing charm, the single not only indicates exactly what this young band has to offer sonically, but gives listeners a tasty preview in to what to expect from the Eazy Queezy Squeezy
‘Easy Queezy Squeezy’ was created as a collective piece from the Sydney Indie Pop Quintet, while deep in the heart of Oberon NSW, at the family farm of frontman Paddy Harrowsmith. The EP was inspired by 90’s American college radio bands like guided by voices, dinosaur jr and pavement… “With ‘Eazy Queezy Squeezy’ we wanted to create an EP with a raw, stripped back band feel whilst keeping the fuzzy, gritty edge that makes up our sound…we aimed to make a collection of songs that J Mascis himself would be proud of” explains Harrowsmith.
Green Buzzard first appeared seemingly out of nowhere (but in reality it was Oberon via Sydney) with the track ‘Zoo Fly’ in 2015 which garnered high praise from the likes of NME, The Guardian, Q Magazine, as well as their parents and close friends who have always been supportive in spite of the overwhelming statistics suggesting that very few bands ever actually make it (Green Buzzard being an obvious exception).
The band self-produced the EP, with assistance from full time comrade and part time Producer / Engineer Ryan Hazell, and the end result was mixed by Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, DZ Deathrays). The finished product, ‘Eazy Queezy Squeezy’, is nothing short of a slice of Indie Pop deliciousne