Oxeye Daisy Plays Psychedelic Pop From Debut Album At CPR’s OpenAir
Oxeye Daisy released its self-titled debut album last week. Led by singer and guitarist Lela Roy, the Denver quartet's sound is an intersection of pop and psychedelic rock that's both dreamy and rugged.
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Oxeye Daisy stopped into the CPR Performance Studio to play four songs, including two cuts from the new album. The members also spoke with Jeremy Petersen about their love for 1990s pop artists like The Cranberries and Enya and recording the album in a warehouse.
Stream the session and watch Oxeye Daisy perform "Beth" above. Watch more videos on our YouTube page.
- "How Do You Know"
- "Like We're Dead"
- "Stupid Enough"
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