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Published: 11:10 am, December 04, 2018
Easy Life are off on tour next year

Easy Life have announced a new run of dates for 2019.

The band will play Manchester, Nottingham, London, Leicester, Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield and Dublin next year, with tickets on general sale this Friday, 7th December at 10am.

Easy Life are part of Dork's 2019 Hype List in our new issue, profiling the buzziest new bands for the year ahead. You can order a copy, and check out those live dates, below.

March
21 Manchester, Gorilla
27 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
28 London, Scala
30 Leicester, O2 Academy Leicester

April
3 Bristol, Thekla
4 Birmingham, O2 Insititute2
5 Sheffield, Leadmill
7 Dublin, Workmans

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