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Lazer Baby

Friday 24th November / posted by Matt Tomich

You may have caught them at The Bird, they've been very busy gigging around sharing their recent works and release track, So Lonely.

It's Lazer Baby - Tasmanian R&B, Soul Group and they came by for a drop into Breakfast with Caitlin to give us a little live taster of their song bau live in the studio.

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