Easy Life Outstore LIVE Show & Signing Session at Southsea Parade Pier


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Easy Life Outstore + Signing session at Southsea Parade Pier, The Gaiety Wednesday 7th July.

Doors at 7pm – band on stage TBC

We are pleased to welcome Easy Life to our beach! To support the release of their debut album ‘life’s a beach’ out via Island Records on 28th May, the guys have fitted in a trip to the seaside.

All you need to do to gain access to this exclusive live performance, is support the guys and buy their music. Then bring it along to the show and have it signed by them!

Choose from the selection below to gain entry.


CD + TICKET £15.00
TICKET ONLY (one per person & very limited) £11.00


Directions to the venue HERE

We can’t wait to see you there! More about the guys below…

“The leaders of the pack” NME
“Properly original, easy life slide into your consciousness and immediately put down roots” Sunday Times
“Imagine what would happen if Alex Turner, Kaytranada and Loyle Carner collaborated, and you’ll get something fairly close to easy life’s indefinable sound”
“Vibey, laidback…comically surreal” Fader
“One of the most buzzed about bands…undisputed bops” Wonderland
“easy life aren’t like any other band you’ve heard before” COLORS

easy life have today announced details of their much-anticipated debut album ‘life’s a beach’, which will be released on Island Records on June 4th. The record is introduced today by its powerful opening track ‘a message to myself’, and includes standout singles ‘nightmares’, ‘daydreams’, and more future-classics from the Leicester five-piece; who have already charted in the top 10 (on the ‘Junk Food’ mixtape), won ‘Best New British Act’ at the 2020 NME Awards, and amassed a huge live audience around the world with their unique brand of optimism (with more tour information & details of easy life’s next single coming soon).

Receiving its first play on Radio 1 tonight, ‘a message to myself’ is easy life’s most candid and cathartic moment  to date. A symphonic essay on depression – and a rallying call for self-love – the band worked on the track alongside world-class producer BEKON, whose credits include Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN’ and BJ The Chicago Kid’s ‘In My Mind’. One of modern pop’s more unsuspecting stars, ‘a message to myself’, says easy life front-man Murray, “is a reminder to keep doing you. It’s a celebration of individualism at all costs. Be yourself, nobody can do you better.”

 2021 marks easy life’s graduation into the UK’s definitive young band. 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 album, ‘life’s a beach’: a title that makes total sense, argues Murray, when you’re “from slap bang in the middle of the country, geographically as far from the nearest seaside as possible.” The beach of ‘life’s a beach’ is not, then, a Caribbean hideaway. It’s Margate and Morecombe, the postcard imagery of Martin Parr, the swimming pool of Sexy Beast.  Observational, universal and deeply personal, this rounded study of forgotten Britain is the record easy life have spent their young lives working towards. The fact they’re set to release their debut album as the UK enjoys – hopefully – a safe return to the beach seems oddly fitting amidst their unpredictable rise to date.

A band formed right down to the name itself as an escape (wherever you’re from, or from your inner demons), songs like ‘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, but ‘life’s a beach’ is easy life’s absolute moment in the sun.

If you want to buy the record and can’t make this out store go HERE


Event Terms and Conditions

Although we are confident this event will go ahead as scheduled; event dates are subject to change pending government ‘Public Health England’ guidance around the coronavirus outbreak.

We will inform you of any changes, but please presume the event will go ahead as normal.

There are no physical tickets for this event. You will be asked to show your completed order e mail, along with some ID to gain entry.

For ‘Ticket bundles’ – The physical product can be collect from the shop or posted to you. Make your selection at the checkout on the website. Aim to collect within 7 days from order.

Running times are TBC and could change on the evening. There is no support.

This event includes a signing session, so make sure you bring your chosen purchased format along to be signed!

By proceeding to buy you are agreeing to the terms and conditions as stated above. 

Thanks for your support!


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