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Just weeks after releasing their new single "Nice Guys," Easy Life is out with another one.

The British five-piece on Thursday released their new track "Sangria," a splashy new collaboration with Arlo Parks. While it showcases the group's trademark playful hip-hop vibes, it's also intimately smooth, serving as a preview of their upcoming Junk Food mixtape, which they've confirmed will be released on Jan. 17.

According to Easy Life frontman Murray Matravers, the new song is about "emotional dependency, and missing someone bitterly." He adds: "Even though sometimes the triggers that remind you of someone aren't always healthy, these are often still the most potent and desirable. It's a love song in its rawest form yet contains undertones of something slightly sinister."

As we previously mentioned, Easy Life will also be heading out on a North American tour this winter.

See the video for "Sangria" below.


Easy Life's live schedule:
02/27 — The Drake — Toronto, ON
02/28 — Le Ministered — Montreal QC
02/29 — Great Scott — Boston, MA
03/03 — Baby’s All Right — Brooklyn, NY
03/04 — DC9 — Washington, DC
03/06 — Schubas Tavern — Chicago, IL
03/07 — Turf Club – St. Paul, MN
03/09 — The Troubadour — Los Angeles, CA
03/11 — Constellation Room — Santa Ana, CA
03/13 — Rickshaw Stop — San Francisco, CA