EASY DAYS Release Their Perfectly Inspirational EP "Play It Again"

Published on 17 January 2022 at 18:02

Photo: Craig Shewry



Bursting onto the Scottish music scene in 2021, easy days are one of Scotland's hottest indie-pop acts having already sold out their debut show and gained an impressive support slot on Cassia's 2021 UK Tour.

Set to feature at the world-renowned King Tuts as part of their New Year’s Revolution Festival, the band have announced the release of their much-anticipated Debut EP "Play It Again" for the 17th of January.


Showcasing an inherent and limitless passion for infusing a hybrid of 80s nostalgia and melody with modern indie pop, Easy Days take influences from acts such as The Smiths, DMAS, R.E.M, Blossoms and The Cure. Having already impressed their growing fanbase, ‘Play It Again’ continues to drive the band forward, over the horizon, and on to the next. 


Just like the name of the band, their debut EP is best served on those days where you need an easy ride. Although summer is long gone, and there is still an extensive wait until the sun sets later, these Scottish rockers have brought back that summer feeling we all savour.


Photo: Craig Shewry


No Better is this highlighted than through their first track of the EP ‘cherry lemonade’ and the Blossoms-sounding ‘I don’t even mind’ - the latter of which is almost certainly going to make you want to release all your energy through dancing in the kitchen. 


Despite being released on Blue Monday, this new masterpiece from easy days is bound to turn your frown upside down. Of course, it is the season we as people need therapy the most, but ‘Play It Again’ could just be a cheaper option to get you out of your hump!







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