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April 2020
On the road

Easy Life have confirmed two new UK shows, one of which is at London's Roundhouse

They'll take place next March.
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Published: 10:36 am, October 15, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Easy Life have confirmed two new UK shows, one of which is at London's Roundhouse

Easy Life have announced two new UK shows.

The band will perform at Edinburgh's Liquid Room and London's Roundhouse early next year, with tickets going on general sale this Friday, 18th October.

The details are:

MARCH
25 Edinburgh, Liquid Room
26 London, Roundhouse

The news arrives as the band are in the middle of their biggest UK tour to date; catch them at The Waterfront in Norwich this evening (Tuesday, 15th October). They've also remaining shows in London, Leeds, Bristol, Brighton, Southampton and Nottingham.

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