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Bestselling artists on Easy Life this year: Amber Run, Bryde

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Lonely The Brave
The Hope List

Lonely The Brave are a fist-pumping kinda band out of Cambridge who cite Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam as influences. 'The Hope List' is their third studio album, and it's one which re-energises their passionate rock style with a greater sense of confidence. Fans of the Manic Street Preachers and Biffy Clyro should hit up this record of swaggering yet literary rock.  
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  • Vinyl LP (ELIFE025V)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)
  • Coloured vinyl

The Volume of Things

Bryde is the project of Wales born, London based singer songwriter Sarah Howells who follows up her debut Like An Island with The Volume of Things. The album is about the amount of information that is stuffed into our eyes and ears on a daily basis and is an attempt to help us get away from it. She does this via the conduit of a sort of polished '90s alt rock sound and a voice with that Alanis Morrisette wobble in evidence. 

Amber Run

Nottingham trio Amber Run return with their third LP of plush stadium-indie. Philophobia tows the line between the widescreen rock sound of mid-period Bon Iver and those all-hands-in-the-air, tears-in-the-eyes, sunset-selfie anthems that acts like Rag & Bone Man and George Ezra dominate the airwaves with all summer long. Speaking of all summer long, what’s Kid Rock up to these days?

Sum of All Your Parts

 Fatherson release their third LP via Easy Life (Amber Run, Arcane Roots). The group bridge two great Scottish rock traditions - their sound is equal parts Biffy Clyro-style muscle and twee-rock sentimentality ala Frightened Rabbit (R.I.P. Scott Hutchison). It’s no coincidence that they’ve shared stages with both down the years. Sum Of All Your Parts brings a newly anthemic gloss to proceedings that might make this record a massive hit.

Black Peaks

Here we have the debut album from a Brighton band, Black Peaks. It’s rock all the way for these fellows, with the possible exception of a track called ‘Drone’, which is kind of drone. But mostly Statues is a tightly-knotted slice of arena-friendly epic rock action. Released by the Easy Life label.

Amber Run
For A Moment, I Was Lost

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