Listen Easy Life drop new track ‘have a great day’

Easy Life drop new track ‘have a great day’

Their debut album ‘life’s a beach’ arrives at the end of the month!

With their highly-anticipated debut album ‘life’s a beach’ dropping at the end of the month, Easy Life are giving us the latest taste of what to expect, sharing new track ‘have a great day’.

A highlight from the record, frontman Murray explains that the track “stems from my need / desire to always see the positives in every possible situation. There is always a silver lining. The song fantasises over a romantic weekend getaway and concludes joyfully that I had a great time. There’s a hint of sadness behind the song as it feels, like all good things, the story will be short lived and fleeting. nonetheless, for the time being at least, we are at the beach sipping our favourite drink and everything else doesn’t matter one little bit.”

We spoke to Easy Life for our May 2021 issue all about their debut album, and you can read our review of ‘life’s a beach’ here!

‘life’s a beach’ Tracklisting:
1. a message to myself
2. have a great day
3. ocean view
4. skeletons
5. daydreams
6. life’s a beach (interlude)
7. living strange
8. compliments
9. lifeboat
10. nightmares
11. homesickness
12. music to walk home to

See Easy Life live at the following dates:

JULY
08 - Norwich || HMV x The Waterfront
09 - Bournemouth || Vinilo x The Old Firestation
11 - Bristol || Rough Trade
12 - Southampton || Vinilo x The Brook
13 - Brighton || Cult Hero x Komedia
14 - London || Rough Trade East
15 - Kingston || Banquet Records x Pryzm
17 - Birmingham || HMX v The Vault
18 - Coventry || HMV x Empire
19 - Leicester || Rough Trade x The Y
21 - Nottingham || Rough Trade x The Metronome
23 - Leeds || Crash x The Wardrobe
24 - Liverpool || HMV x The Arts Club
25 - Preston || Action Records x Blitz
26 - Manchester || HMV x Academy 3
28 - Sheffield || Bear Tree Records x The Leadmill

NOVEMBER
01 - Bristol || O2 Academy (sold out)
02 - Birmingham || O2 Institute
05 - Leicester || Morningside Arena
06 - Manchester || Albert Hall (sold out)
07 - Leeds || O2 Academy
09 - Glasgow || Barrowland Ballroom
11 - Newcastle || O2 Academy
12 - Sheffield || The Foundry (sold out)
14 - Portsmouth || The Wedgewood Rooms (Matinee)
14 - Portsmouth || The Wedgewood Rooms (sold out)
15 - Brighton || Dome
16 - London || O2 Brixton Academy (sold out)
17 - London || O2 Brixton Academy (new date)
21 - Belfast || Limelight
22 - Dublin || Olympia Theatre

MARCH
16 - Luxembourg || Den Atelier
18 - Paris || La Trabendo
19 - Cologne || Kantine
21 - Zurich || Dynamo
22 - Vienna || Grelle Forelle
24 - Prague || Meetfactory
25 - Warsaw || Praga Centrum
26 - Berlin || Columbia Theater
28 - Copenhagen || Lille Vega
29 - Stockholm || Obaren
30 - Oslo || Krosset

APRIL
01 - Hamburg || Gruenspan
02 - Amsterdam || Melkweg MAX
03 - Antwerp || Trix

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