Lazybones United is a band from the small town of Ljungby in southern Sweden. They formed in 1994 and released a few demos that created some stir. Their self-produced debut - 'Movin´ Slow' - was recorded and mixed at Radio Kronoberg, a local radio station. The album received good reviews from Swedish magazines and daily papers and their music is frequently played on many Swedish radio stations. 'Movin´slow' has seven original songs and three strong covers: 'Move it on over' by Hank Williams Sr.- 'Brass Buttons' by Gram Parsons - and the Womack/Womack-song 'It´s all over now' recorded by The Rolling Stones and Ry Cooder among others. The six-piece band is now working on a follow-up. Guitars, keyboards, mandolin, accordion, harmonica, steelguitar, dobro, bass and drums get on well together and there is a natural flow in the songs. If you like bands like Jayhawks, Flying Burrito Brothers or The Long Ryders, this is a must have! Lazybones United are true keepers of the 'No Depression' legacy. Gram Parsons and Hank Williams Sr. are among the sources of inspiration for these Scandinavian countryrockers.