easy life have today unveiled their brand new single “skeletons”, ahead of the release of their debut album ‘life’s a beach’, due on June 4th via Interscope Records. “skeletons’ plays with the idea of a slightly mysterious and potentially terrifying past,” says front-man Murray, introducing the track. “Everyone has baggage and everyone has skeletons. Falling head over heels with somebody who may be bad news, we’ve all been there.”
“skeletons, ” is the second single off life’s a beach. The record was launched recently alongside powerful opening track “a message to myself”: produced by BEKON (Kendrick Lamar) and with a stunning video courtesy of Andy Baker (‘Rick & Morty’), here was a symphonic essay on depression, and a powerful plea for self-love. Observational, universal and deeply personal, this rounded study of forgotten small-towns is the record easy life have spent their young lives working towards. The fact they’re set to release their debut album as the world enjoys – hopefully – a safe return to the beach seems oddly fitting amidst their unpredictable rise to date.
In addition to “skeletons” and “a message to myself,” life’s a beach features “daydreams” and “nightmares,” Over the last few years, the group have released the mixtapes creature habits, spaceships, and “junk food” (which featured their only duet to date, Arlo Parks) – have led the rascal band of brothers to debut their album, ‘life’s a beach’: a title that makes total sense.
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