Easy Life is back with new music and good news.
The U.K. outfit on Wednesday shared their new single "Daydreams," which borrows its hook from Aretha Franklin's "Daydreaming," a reflection of the group's long love of R&B, which influences their music. It's the first off the band's upcoming debut album, following their recent Junk Food mixtape.
"Like most of us, I've spent the whole year sat at home daydreaming about a possible alternate reality," says frontman Murray Matravers. "Born out of boredom and idleness, 'Daydreams' is as much about getting drunk as it is about falling in and out of love."
Hear "Daydreams" below.