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  • easy life Premieres New Song “ANTIFREEZE” with Gus Dapperton on BBC Radio 1

  • British alt-pop band easy life, consisting of Murray Matravers (vocals), Oliver Cassidy (drums), Sam Hewitt (bass), Lewis Alexander Berry (guitar), Jordan Birtles (percussion), premiered a new song “ANTIFREEZE” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
    The song is the fourth single off of their upcoming sophomore album “Maybe in Another Life...”, which is set to be released on October 7, 2022.
    This time, the band teamed up with American singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton on the track.
    The track was written by Murray Matravers and Brendan Patrick Rice. Produced by Flange Jr.
    The accompanying music video was Yago Hunt-Laudi.
    The band shared on social media, “been meaning to write a song with Gus Dapperton since we first met on tour back in 2018. we wrote this on zoom in jan last year, it was freezing cold, I had set up the studio in a barn and gus was in snowy new york. we wrote the song inspired by the winter and all it's icy emotions. we then shot the video together in new york on the coldest day I can remember, a perfect ending to the antifreeze story.”
  • Murray Matravers told Clara Amfo about the song, “I wrote it in January of last year. And it was like locked down it was when I was miserable. I was freezing cold. So yeah, I suppose I was kind of miserable and sad.”
    He continued, “I was actually having a great time making it to be honest. Gus and we made the instrumental together partially on Zoom. Because he was he lives in New York. He's a friend of mine. And we're just chatting. We're like trying to make a song and I had a great time. It was very funny.”
    He added, “I tried the whole zoom session thing in lockdown, because that was like a thing that everyone was doing. And never worked not once, but just as amazed. It's nice and you can actually understand a lot more about how they're actually feeling to the body language and all that kind of stuff.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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