George Ezra is a British blues and folk rock singer-songwriter from Bristol, best known for hits such as Budapest and Blame It on Me.
Starting his music career in 2013, he performed at the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury Festival and released his debut EP, ‘Did You Hear the Rain?’, in 2013, followed by a second EP, ‘Cassy O', in 2014. He released his debut album, ‘Wanted on Voyage’, in 2014, which hit #3 in the UK Albums Chart and featured the hits Budapest and Blame It on Me.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the UK and performed at festivals such as Glastonbury, Parklife, the Bristol Summer Series and the Somerset House Summer Series, as well as having supported the likes of Willy Mason, Lianne La Havas, Bastille, Sam Smith and Tom Odell.
George Ezra returned with his Top Secret Tour of intimate venues in May and June of 2017. He also played Splendor in the Grass in Australia in July too, as well as some headline side shows in the country, whereas over here in the UK, he performed a charity show for mental health charity Mind at the end of 2017.
George Ezra's new album, 'Staying At Tamara's', was released in March 2018, and he's spent the best part of 2018 supporting it on tour, with dates across the UK and Europe and festival spots all over. He finishes the year with more shows across the UK and Europe too.
In 2019, he starts the year with a tour of Australia and New Zealand, before and even *bigger* UK and Europe tour from spring to summer! He also headlines Neighbourhood Weekender in May and Belsonic in June.
But first, Ezra plays London's Union Chapel next month in support of mental health charity Mind. Make sure to catch him live at any of the upcoming tour dates by checking out the concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.