The Internet’s Steve Lacy gives exciting update about his debut solo album

The Internet member is heading out on his own

Steve Lacy has given an update about his debut solo album, after releasing his solo EP back in 2017.

As a member of The Internet, the Grammy-nominated producer has also worked with Kendrick Lamar and J Cole. He also recently collaborated on a new Vampire Weekend song.

Now, the guitarist is planning to release his debut solo album, giving fans an update via his Instagram account. “Debut album [tick]” he wrote alongside a mirror selfie. You can see the post below.

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Lacy released his debut solo EP, ‘Steve Lacy’s Demo’ in 2017. Creating most of the songs on his iPhone, the release consisted of six tracks – including the lead single ‘Dark Fruit’.

Earlier this week, Lacy and Vampire Weekend took over a popular Manhattan food emporium to film their latest music video, directed by Hollywood actor Jonah Hill.

Regular shoppers at Zabar’s were surprised to see Hill and Ezra Koenig behind the fish counter, as the store remained opened during filming.

Some of the customers even got a cameo as they were chosen to appear by the counter with the band. However, some customers reportedly complained that filming was getting in the way.

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A crew member reportedly told onlookers that the video is designed to show “a day on the Upper West Side.” The Internet member Steve Lacey was also spotted behind the counter.

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