The singer songwriter has just scored a Top 5 hit with Budapest and is now releasing his debut album.
At just twenty, George Ezra is shaping up to be one of the UK’s most exciting new singer-songwriters. After moving to Bristol to study music at 17, Ezra was signed to Columbia a year later.
He started self-releasing music in 2013, growing a steady fanbase. When 2014 rocked around, he topped countless “ones-to-watch” lists and his debut single proper, Budapest, was gaining traction and radio play around Europe and the UK.
His debut album, Wanted On Voyage, was released in June 2014. As well as the summer anthem Budapest, the album includes the bluesy Listen To The Man and the infectious Blame It On Me.
Ezra’s confidence, modesty, and quiet refrain all shine through on the record. “If it all goes wrong,” he says, “I’ll be laughing as much as everyone else.”
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