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Maduk

(NL)

Emma Smetana & Jordan Haj

(CZ)

Rest & Matys, We Are Domi, The Silver Spoons

Monolink

(DE)

The Prototypes

(UK)

PSH LIVE BAND

Gorgon City

(UK)

Semestr Closing

Student Christmas Party

New Year's Eve 2022

(AVATAR)

Laurent Garnier

(FR)

Katatonia & Sólstafir

Twilight Burials - EU tour 2022

Karnivol

(AU)

Ice Nine Kills

(US

The Black Angels

Andy C & Tonn Piper

(UK)

Son Lux

Giolì & Assia

(IT)

Mezerg

(FR)

Easy Life

(UK)

Lola Marsh

(IL)

Dax J

(UK)

Callum Scott

(UK)

Øtta (UK)

Karpe + Quickstyle

(NO)

POSTPONED

High Contrast

(UK)

POSTPONED

Monika Kruse

(Berlin)

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Easy Life (UK)

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Tickets: 550 czk GoOut
Promoter: Fource

Easy Life’s second album, Maybe in Another Life, is a story about silver linings, and making sense of the world – fitting, given the sudden grounding the band experienced amid the global pandemic. “A central theme with us has always been escapism: rather than just say ‘life sucks’ we’re all about celebrating what we have,” explains frontman Murray Matravers. This time, easy life had to put their own ethos to the test – resulting in a heartfelt, melancholic, and uplifting record that will challenge people’s expectations as the band scales euphoric new heights.

After their much-loved debut Life’s a beach charted at number 2 last year, the band (which also consists of drummer Oliver Cassidy, bassist Sam Hewitt, guitarist Lewis Alexander Berry and keyboardist/percussionist Jordan Birtles) performed a run of sold-out shows including 2 sold out nights at London’s O2 Brixton Academy, plus an arena show in their hometown of Leicester. Their gigs were sweaty and carnal, heady and dizzying affairs, with Murray’s shank-sharp observations about the minutiae of modern life cutting through the chaos.

But as ‘life’s a beach’ rolled out, and the world fell for easy life’s conceptual love-letter to the gunmetal skies and roughly-hewn coastlines of the British seaside, Murray was grappling with the impact of the pandemic; the lockdowns that were clipping the band’s wings, every time they tried to soar. Like the submerged car bobbing on their debut album artwork, it was hard for easy life to tell whether they would sink or stay afloat.