Fresh from their month long, main support jaunt around UK/Europe with kindred spirits Slaves at the back end of 2016, Life drop new track ‘Euromillions’, their first since last summer’s 6 Music playlisted ‘Rare Boots’.
‘Euromillions’ is the four-piece at their aggressive, politically charged best; a no nonsense, bass driven track that sticks two fingers up to the alt-right movement and the new world order. The song sees front man Mez and his kid brother Mick sharing vocal duties.
Mez and Mick’s cutting lyrics and wordplay are firmly in check throughout, with Mick spitting this standout line twice to hammer his point home: “You have the right to bear arms if you’ve got the right coloured arms”.
‘Euromillions’ will feature on Life’s as-yet-untitled debut album, recorded recently in London with Grammy winning producer and confidante Ian Dowling. The album is set for release early summer, ahead of Life’s busy festival season.
Life play The Sunflower Lounge Birmingham on Wed 5th April 2017, with support from Phobophobes and SLTP. Tickets available here.
Watch the video for ‘Popular Music’ below: