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Somewhere in the middle of 2020, Murray Matravers heard a pocket of wisdom on the radio. It seemed to speak to the DNA of easy life: a band born in the Midlands, with frontman Murray growing up on a farm in Loughborough, and his bandmates Oliver Cassidy (drums), Sam Hewitt (bass), Lewis Alexander Berry (guitar) and Jordan Birtles (keyboards/percussion) on either side of him in Leicester and Nottingham.
Up the M6, it was Mancunian bard John Cooper Clarke who suggested – paraphrases Murray – “it was his idleness that made him so good.” Turning the parochial majestic, and finding the sublime in the mundane, is a philosophy entwined with easy life’s, and proved something of a eureka-moment for Murray when distractedly contemplating the band’s own debut album. “I could totally relate to what he was saying. This record is born out of the productivity of idleness.” In its own unassuming way, it also marks easy life’s graduation into the UK’s definitive young band.