Glaswegian bands are emerging left, right and centre. While also seizing the sticks for White Novels, Chris Roarty provides the drums for easy days, a decidedly poppier outfit that’s now back with their third single…
‘i don’t even mind’ is the latest offering from the five-piece, following their sold-out Broadcast show in September. And they aren’t just about dropping fresh new tunes — they’re also starting to grab more regular listings on the giggling circuit, with a show supporting Cassia at SWG3 scheduled for 27th October.
This recent release is a light pop bop with melodic yet nostalgic ‘80s-tinged synths. Their influences include Blossoms, DMA’s and The Cure, which are certainly noticeable here. There’s a cute and transparent realness to the lyrics, which basically explore the notions of being utterly taken with someone you’re dating. The vocally-instilled sweetness comes through in the track’s uptempo instrumentals, too.
If you’re eager to hear more from easy days, they aren’t sitting around — I’d anticipate plenty more from them soon. Until then, get following them on Instagram and Facebook. And ‘i don’t even mind’ is available to stream on all platforms now, including Spotify.