Self-dubbed as an “indie pop” band, this track definitely fits with this identity.
Infectious band Easy Days start 2023 off with an impressive new track. The group, from Glasgow, have recently released latest single ‘Voices’ which has already brought the band well-deserved recognition.
The chorus begins the same each time, “all the voices in my head, I can’t understand“. This suggests hearing different things from yourself and others, and never knowing what they mean. Reminiscing is a concept also discussed with the lyrics: “all the memories on rewind, echo out my mind“. This could relate to numerous scenarios. On my initial listen, I was hit with the image of summer and remembering good times in the warmer days and nights. However, the picture it paints will differ for each listener.
The quintet’s newest single is addicting and will definitely have you singing along in no time at all. Calling themselves an “indie pop” band, this track definitely fits with this identity. It has a guitar led melody that is similar to their other tracks like Cherry Lemonade. With their iconic indie sound, Easy Days’ songs are similar to popular bands within this category like Manchester band Courteeners and Stockport’s Blossoms, who are arguably just as easy to listen to.
This song has a universal sound that would appeal to anyone and everyone. It is catchy and captivating, making it one you won’t forget very easily. The Glasgow five-piece have successfully created a track that not only sounds amazing recorded, but is also very enjoyable in a live setting.
Easy Days are a band that will definitely keep furthering their already incredibly impressive discography and talents. BBC Introducing have played this track which has encouraged their name further into spotlight. This recognition adds onto previous success like having their track ‘The Middle’ played on E4’s Made In Chelsea. Recently Easy Days also supported Irish band The Academic in their Glasgow show at Barrowland Ballroom.