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April 2020
Reading & Leeds

It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival

Dance, dance.
Published: 6:52 pm, August 24, 2018 Photos: Corinne Cumming.

Bringing maximum chill to the Festival Republic tent, Easy Life are horns aplenty as they groove through a mid-afternoon slot. A vibrant welcome greets the Leicester band, and their hip-hop laced infectiously smooth indie bops soon reward it. With a dedicated and lively crowd in front of them, Easy Life make easy work of their set.

It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival
It's an Easy Life as the band get down at Reading Festival

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