A hopelessly sold-out concert at the Ancienne Belgique last week, a spot in the line-up of Rock Werchter 2018 and just finished a second album. The train that George Ezra the successes on the other thread seems not to stop, as the British singer-songwriter is on Wednesday, October 31, back to our country for a gig on the shelves of The Roma in Antwerp.
Since the release of his debut album ‘Wanted On Voyage’ in 2014, with smash hit “Budapest”, is it very hard for the still 24-year-old George Ezra. In no time he reaches the position of the English charts and soon to follow other countries. That the Brit is not a one hit wonder proves he’s at the hand of other tracks like “Cassy O’” and “Blame It On Me”. Are excellent live reputation brought him in the past to the meadow of Rock Werchter and Pukkelpop. Also successor ‘Staying at Tamara’s’, that since the end of march on the store shelves is, proves Ezra is his huge talent. With his unique voice plunges his catchy pop songs in a bath of folk and blues as only he can. Singles like “Don’t Matter Now” and “Paradise” are the best proof of it.