Easy Life bring their debut album tour, life’s a beach, to Brighton Dome on Monday (15th November). The Leicester five-piece offer a musical crossover spanning from alternative R&B, through to indie pop, while making the occasional stop at hip hop along the way.
Life’s A Beach, which was released in May, demonstrates this versatility brilliantly. Daydreams is an indie pop track that proved to be a Radio 1 crowd pleaser when it was released in October due to its memorable chorus line and relaxed groove. Lifeboat, on the other hand, is the alternative R&B stand out track from the album, but maybe the song that will be the most exciting to catch live is Skeletons as the track’s infectious beat will be bound to get the crowd moving.
When Easy Life were voted NME’s ‘Best New British Act’ for 2020, they were marked as a rising band not to be missed. Since then, they’ve continued to amass a large and loyal following who’ve supporting the band at every turn. The success of their debut album, which charted at number two in the UK, combined with their growing fan base, enabling Easy Life’s easy journey from Best New Act to centre stage at The Dome.
By Bethany-Jo O’Neill