Bruno Major has unveiled the humorous, tongue-in-cheek video for ‘Easily’, a huge fan favourite track from his ‘A Song For Every Moon’ project, which saw Bruno writing and releasing a track a month throughout 2017. “Easily” is Bruno’s latest and third collaboration with London director Louis Bhose (NME Award Winner for The Big Moon’s ‘Sucker’)

Watch the video for ‘Easily’ here 

Bruno Major had to say on the video – “I proudly present to you the video for ‘Easily,’ the second of my three collaborations with Louis Bhose and Apple Music – Easily was written about the pursuit of something that feels increasingly unobtainable, a sentiment that Louis has brought to life in his own unique way. I love Gordon Peastons lead performance as ‘Ian’ and my own performance as ‘Me’. ???? ????—->????

Bruno is currently on a sold out sixteen date US tour. He also recently gave an incredible performance of ‘Easily’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Give the performance a watch here – 

Furthermore, Bruno has also been announced as support on Sam Smith’s UK arena tour. The eleven-date tour commences in Sheffield on the 20th March, winding up with two sold out nights at London’s O2 Arena in April.  

The new dates precede Bruno’s previously announced headline tour of the UK/Ireland which culminates at a sold-out Village Underground on the 9th May.

For more information and tickets for the tour, head to Bruno’s website:

Bruno Major Live:

20th March – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield (w/ Sam Smith)

21st March – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle (w/ Sam Smith)

23rd March – Hydro, Glasgow (w/ Sam Smith)

27th March – Arena, Manchester (w/ Sam Smith)

28th March – Arena, Manchester (w/ Sam Smith)

30th March – 3Arena, Dublin (w/ Sam Smith)

31st March – 3 Arena, Dublin (w/ Sam Smith)

3rd April – Genting Arena, Birmingham (w/ Sam Smith)

4th April – Genting Arena, Birmingham (w/ Sam Smith)

6th April –  O2 Arena, London (w/ Sam Smith)

7th April – O2 Arena, London (w/ Sam Smith)

28th April – Empire, Belfast (Headline Tour Tickets)

29th April – Workman’s Club, Dublin (Headline Tour Tickets)

1st May – Broadcast, Glasgow (Headline Tour Tickets)

3rd May – Exchange, Bristol (Headline Tour Tickets)

4th May – Institute 3, Birmingham (Headline Tour Tickets)

7th May – Bodega, Nottingham (Headline Tour Tickets)

8th May – Deaf Institute, Manchester (Headline Tour Tickets)

9th May – Village Underground, London (Headline Tour SOLD OUT)

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