British group easy life shared the music video for their latest single “have a nice day”From their recently released album Life is a beach. The visual finds the group in the middle of a chaotic day at the beach characterized by seagull attacks, misdirected sunscreen, ice cream drips, and more.

“Have a nice day” stems from my need / desire to always see the positives in all possible situations. There is always a silver lining. The song fantasizes about a romantic weekend and happily concludes that I had a good time, ”frontman Murray Matravers said of the song.

“There is a hint of sadness behind the song because it feels like, like all good things, the story will be short-lived and fleeting. however, for now at least, we’re at the beach sipping our favorite drink and everything else doesn’t matter. ”

Matravers sings in an ice cream cone for the duration of the visual produced by Greg Barth which oscillates between real life and the still image of a postcard. Earlier this year, Matravers told Apple Music that while the song started out as a joke, it quickly turned into something more serious to capture the emotion of the track. It was written with producer Gianluca Buccellati in early 2020 based on a 60s crooner instrumental.

Most recently, easy life shared the 12-minute livestream “High Times with Easy Life” which found them offering musical performances in a variety of settings with audiences watching from movie theater seats. a sitcom. The visual featured snaps with giant fish, pink and blue sunsets, and tangled trash hanging from the ceiling. The feed has racked up over 33,000 views since its release.

The band will take the life of a beach on the road on an upcoming headlining tour across the UK, including two concerts at the O2 Brixton Academy and a homecoming show at Leicester’s Morningside Arena. In the spring, the group will arrive in America with concerts in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and more. Ticket information can be found on the official site.

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