Easy Life have announced a brand new tour, and debuted the video to album opener ‘a message to myself’

They'll hit the road for dates this November.

Easy Life have announced a new tour.

With their album ‘Life’s A Beach’ set to arrive on 4th June, the band have lined up dates this November in Bristol, Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Portsmouth, Brighton, Belfast, Dublin and London, where they’ll play the O2 Academy Brixton.

They’ll then go on to Europe in 2022, where they’ll play a series of shows through March and April.

The news comes alongside the video for the opening track of ‘Life’s A Beach’, ‘a message to myself’.

Speaking about the video, director Andy Baker explains: “Murray shared ‘a message to myself’ whilst we were taking a break from other work. I already had a rough film idea which likened the feeling of burnout to experiencing the world with my head in a fishbowl, and it instantly felt like the two could work together as a music video. The track takes you on such an amazing emotional rollercoaster, I wanted the animation to match this and the positive feeling it leaves you with. We also wanted the film to talk about mental health in more open and realistic ways, as it was something I had been struggling with doing at the time. I hope this film can help, even in a tiny way, to remove some of the public stigma surrounding discussing mental health and to echo the sentiment of the song by sending a positive message of support to anyone who needs it right now.”

Those tour dates read:

01 Bristol, O2 Academy
02 Birmingham, O2 Institute
05 Leicester, Morningside Arena
06 Manchester, Albert Hall
07 Leeds, O2 Academy
09 Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
11 Newcastle, O2 Academy
12 Sheffield, The Foundry
14 Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms (Matinee)
14 Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms
15 Brighton, Dome
16 London, O2 Brixton Academy
21 Belfast, Limelight
22 Dublin, Olympia Theatre

16 Luxembourg, Den Atelier
18 Paris, La Trabendo
19 Cologne, Kantine
21 Zurich, Dynamo
22 Vienna, Grelle Forelle
24 Prague, Meetfactory
25 Warsaw, Praga Centrum
26 Berlin, Columbia Theater
28 Copenhagen, Lille Vega
29 Stockholm, Obaren
30 Oslo, Krosset

01 Hamburg, Gruenspan
02 Amsterdam, Melkweg MAX
03 Antwerp, Trix

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