Super Group NHC Releases New Music Video For Single “Lazy Eyes”


On Friday December 10th, the world’s newest super rock band, the Los Angeles, Calif. Based NHC released a new music video for their hit song, “Lazy Eyes.”

Comprised of legendary guitarist Dave Navarro, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and Jane’s Addiction bassist Chris Chaney, NHC has been busy lately, releasing a handful of songs, and now their second major music video.

The group posted the new video on Instagram saying, “The official video for @nhcmusicofficial Lazy Eyes is now available! Directed by @toddnewman at the legendary Troubadour. Link to @youtube for a full video in our bio. #yachtgoth #nhc #newvideo ☂️⚓️☂️ #patsmear @laurakmace @misssamanthasidley @bgruska @taylorhawkinsofficial @chrischaneybass @davenavarro “

The group, which made their first appearance at the Ohana Fest in September when Eddie Vedder reunited a number of his musician friends to replace Kings of Leon, who had to withdraw from the festival after a family illness, have since gone on to do headlines.

And recently, the band were joined on stage at a concert in West Hollywood by Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear.

NHC shared their first music video for their song “Devil That You Know” last month, which you can read HERE.

In an interview with Navarro earlier this year, he spoke to American Songwriter about his relationship with learning guitar while listening to records and his favorite players.

“These records were my teachers because I didn’t have a guitar teacher, I had these records. For many years that wasn’t until I got there – my all-time favorite guitarist is David Gilmour, who takes a whole different approach. David Gilmour is super melodic, super thoughtful, and nine times out of ten play quite close to the version recorded live.

“So David Gilmour taught me the emotional context and the inner thinking coming out of the instrument in a melodic way that’s not flashy but powerful in terms of the choice of notes and where they land. He’s also the king of solo playing – he’ll literally play and stop and wait for a few breaths, then come back and wait for a few breaths, deliver little bits of melodic tracks that create that amazing guitar solo without any sense of urgency. But with the feeling that he has all the time in the world to do what he needs to do.