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Easy Life push up release for 'Life's A Beach'

Fresh from speaking to Far Out about their future plans, Leicester-based indie-pop funksters Easy Life are ramping things up with their impending new album.

If you are an Easy Life fan, there is good news on the horizon: the band recently pushed up the release of their upcoming debut full-length LP Life’s A Beach by a week, so now instead of having to wait until June, you’ll now be able to get your grubby little mitts all over the album at the end of May.

The band has already released previews for the album in the form of singles ‘skeletons’ and ‘a message to myself’ (notice they’re doing the all lowercase thing, just in case you thought they weren’t indie enough). Just a few weeks ago, the band performed ‘skeletons’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the late night show with the second most popular, but also the least annoying, Jimmy in the American late television milieu. You can check out that performance down, below.

Even though this will be the band’s first album proper, that’s not to say that Easy Life hasn’t been active. A long string of singles and a number of “these aren’t albums, they’re mixtapes“, including Creature Habits, Spaceships, and Junk Food, the last of which appeared in the top ten of the UK album charts when it climbed all the way to number seven. The band has also been active on the festival circuit, playing Glastonbury and Governors Ball in 2019. They’re on the rise, so you should probably get with the cool kids now before they go supernova.

Life’s A Beach will now be released on May 28.

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