The Internet's Steve Lacy Shares Unreleased Track "Moron"

“My friends and I all agree this is one the world should hear so..”

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Steve Lacy of The Internet recently released “MORON,” a track that was pulled from his solo debut, Steve Lacy’s Demo. The 18-year-old guitarist and vocalist shared the song via Twitter saying, “This song didn’t make the demo but my friends and I all agree this is one the world should hear so..” No word on exactly why the track was pulled and it doesn’t seem like Lacy is open to answering anytime soon as the track posted on Soundcloud is accompanied by a note stating, ”Don’t ask me why, I’d prefer you just listen.”

Listen to “MORON” below and check out Lacy’s The Internet bandmate, Syd’s solo album Fin.

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