The result is intricately detailed and dynamically tense, offering a precarious balance between escalating menace and dreamy atmospherics.
The song's concept is based around contemporary neuroses: people becoming overwhelmed by the demands of daily life and then slowly becoming enamoured and isolated by their online activity.
It was written before lockdown, but its meaning has grown in stature since.
With so many people now working from home and even the most social butterflies forced to connect with others remotely, how will things change as society reintegrates?
"'Easy Life' is fundamentally about laziness and insecurity. Actively alienating yourself from the real world.
"Social exhaustion and anxiety can drive people online and there's a safety in doing that, although you can inadvertently alienate yourself from the real world.
"You put on a different skin online and easy validation will follow if you're willing to betray reality.
"But the music has a darker undertone to it. How easy do you want it to be, before it consumes you completely?"
Junodream were formed at school by five friends who shared a mutual admiration for the likes of Radiohead, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Pavement and Slowdive.
After leaving university they reunited, they moved to a small village in Hampshire to fully focus on their music.
With little in the way of local distractions and almost no respite from each other, their collective claustrophobia paid off as Junodream emerged as a band with something unique to say..
The band's recent Pink Floyd cover, Gorillaz cover and Isolation Mixtape
gives a further flavour of their influences.
The Isolation Mixtape ranges from modern favourites such as Alvvays and Weyes Blood, before charting back through King Krule, LCD Soundsystem, Joy Division and Pink Floyd.
The band also recently released their new Podcast series
, dream_cast talking
about various topics including the charts, Glastonbury and more.