Easy Life have the hottest record on the “Earth”
Today, Easy Life, the UK band who’s exploded on to the scene in recent months, premiered their new song “Earth” on BBC 1 Radio. The song is heavily inspired by current events in the world, with Murray and Sam stopping by the BBC studio to introduce the track, saying “The world is a pretty messed up place and we wanted to write a song about that. So we did.” Sam added on, “You hear so much about the world having things wrong with it and as an individual you feel very powerless in this situation and I guess it’s trying to capture that.” It begins at 19:30.
The track itself has that instantly classic “Easy Life-feel” to it and, somehow, beautifully samples the “have you ever had a dream like this?” kid. Referencing spaceships and “crash landings” in the chorus of the track, the song feels very connected to the group’s recent Spaceships Mixtape. Previously, Easy Life shared two jazzy jams “Houseplants” and “Spaghetti Hoops”, and are currently performing at a string of festivals. You can find “Earth” from Easy Life on our Tasty! Jams playlists.