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Easy Life have shared a brand new video for 'Nice Guys'

Turns out they don't finish last, yeah?
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Published: 3:58 pm, October 30, 2019
Easy Life have shared a brand new video for 'Nice Guys'

Easy Life have shared a brand new video for their latest single 'Nice Guys'.

Set in a "retro-futuristic chat show promoting abstinence in the name of Kuthi, a fictional cult leader whose followers pledge to stay chaste until his return on Planet Earth", you can check it out below.

Easy Life are set to head out on the road next year, with shows in North America, the UK and Europe. You can check those out after the jump.

February
27 Tornoto, The Drake
28 Le Ministered, Monstreal
29 Boston, Great Scott

March
3 Baby's All Right, Brooklyn
4 DC9, Washington DC
6 Chicago, Schubas Tavern
7 Minneapolis, Turf Club
10 Los Angeles, The Troubadour
11 Santa Ana, Constellation Room
13 San Francisco, Rickshaw Stop
24 Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
26 London, Roundhouse
29 Vienna, Flex Cafe
30 Prague, Rock Cafe
31 Berlin, Cassiopeia

April
2 Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
3 Paris, Le 1999
4 Brussels, La Botanique

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