Watch Easy Life drop new track ‘FORTUNE COOKIE’

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It comes ahead of their new album ‘MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE…’.

With their second studio album ‘MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE…’ landing tomorrow, 7th October, Easy Life are sharing their newest single ‘FORTUNE COOKIE’.

The closing track of their upcoming album, the single is accompanied by a solo performance visual from frontman, songwriter, and producer, Murray Matravers.

In our review of Easy Life’s new album, we said, “Missing the urgency and breathy boyishness of ‘life’s a beach’, Easy Life have kicked up their feet on the hypothetical complimentary loungers and are breezing through this release.”

Read the full review here, and check out ‘FORTUNE COOKIE’ below.

See Easy Life live at the following dates:

FFEBRUARY
08 O2 City Hall, Newcastle, UK
09 O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK
10 O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
13 Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK
14 O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
16 UEA, Norwich, UK
17 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
18 The Great Hall, Cardiff, UK
20 Academy, Dublin. IE
22 Plymouth Pavilions, UK
23 De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill
25 Alexandra Palace, London, UK

MARCH
05 Uebel & Gefaehrlich, Hamburg, DE
07 Vega, Copenhagen, DK
08 John Dee, Oslo, NO
09 Slaktkyrkan, Stockholm, SE
11 Huxleys, Berlin, DE
12 Roxy, Prague, CZ
14 Winterhur, Salzhaus, CH
15 Magazzini Generali, Milan, IT
17 Le Trabendo, Paris, FR
18 Kantine, Cologne, DE
21 Botanique, Brussels, BE
22 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL

APRIL
20 Foro Frontera, Mexico City, MX
21 El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, US
22 Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, US
24 Gothic Theatre, Denver, US
26 Meow Wolf, Sante Fe, US
28 House of Blues – Cambridge Room, Dallas, US
29 House of Blues – Bronze Peacock Room, Houston, US

MAY
04 Evanston Space, Chicago, US
05 The Great Hall, Toronto, CA
09 Elsewhere, NYC, US

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