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Easy Life Release Music Video for 'skeletons'

With the release, the band made their US television debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Easy Life Release Music Video for 'skeletons'

easy life have today unveiled the official music video for brilliant new single "skeletons", ahead of the release of their highly-anticipated debut album 'life's a beach', confirmed for release on June 4th via Interscope Records. With the release, the band made their US television debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! (WATCH), performing a rousing live rendition of the track.

The video to "skeletons" was directed by Jamie Whitby. It's a surreal addition to easy life's colorful visual world, shot in a one take style in a world that becomes increasingly cagey, it features a once-seen-not-forgotten shot of Murray riding a haunted horse, amongst a cast of giant skeletons, bewildered locals and band members Cass, Lewis, Sam and Jordan. A high-energy/high-anxiety anthem, 'skeletons' has quickly become an instant easy life classic, from a group forging a new path (and expanded sound) for UK bands on the world stage.

Watch the new music video for "skeletons" HERE and listen to the track HERE.

"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" offers a second taste of easy life's debut album, 'life's a beach' - a sun-kissed world of its own, where (like the band themselves) there is often more than meets the eye. 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.

Watch the official music video for "a message to myself" HERE.

In addition to "skeletons" and "a message to myself," 'life's a beach' features standout singles 'skeletons', 'daydreams' and 'nightmares', all of which collectively help further solidify easy life's
graduation as the world's definitive and most exciting band around. Over the last few years, the group have paved their own way via a catalogue bursting with introspective, escapist, outsider-anthems. Their effortlessly accomplished 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.

A band formed right down to the name itself as an escape, songs like "skeletons" and "a message to myself" cement easy life's place in the world - as musicians, as young men, and as beacons of positivity. Or as Murray sums up their upcoming debut album - "it's a record that wishes it was anywhere else but here, yet at the same time fixates on a dreary middle England existence." There may be more rain on the way in their native Britain, but 'life's a beach' is easy life's absolute moment in the sun.

"skeletons" is out now. Check out the music video HERE and listen to the track HERE.

easy life's debut album, 'life's a beach' will be released June 4.
Pre-Order it HERE.

Easy Life Release Music Video for 'skeletons'

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