George Ezra played five new songs in Bath last night as he celebrated his birthday
Happy Birthday Geoff!
Published: 1:37 pm, June 08, 2017
Our boy George ‘Geoff’ Ezra is on the comeback trail, finishing off his Top Secret Tour last night (7th June) with a date at Bath Forum.
Course, if you’re making a tour Top Secret, it’s probably not a good idea to publicise it or sell tickets, but that’s probably not the point here.
Celebrating his 24th Birthday, he treated fans to five - FIVE - new songs; ‘Get Away’, ‘Pretty Shining People’, ‘Hold My Girl’, ‘Don’t Matter Now’ and ‘All My Love’. All of which means we’re probably Really Very Close to hearing something new from the man who had the 3rd biggest selling UK album of 2014.
You can check out a few snaps from the show above, and the full setlist below.
Get Away - new song
Leaving It Up To You
Pretty Shining People - new song
Listen to the Man
Hold My Girl - new song
Don’t Matter Now - new song
Blame It On Me
All My Love - new song
Did You Hear the Rain?
It’s not all George has been up to - he’s is appearing on the My Dad Wrote A Promo podcast. LOOK!
George is playing live ‘all over the place’ this summer. You can catch him at:
8-11 ISLE OF WIGHT Isle of Wight Festival
9-10 BRIGHTON Wild Life Festival
10-11 MANCHESTER Parklife Festival
16-18 HILVARENBEEK Best Kept Secret Festival
21-25 PILTON Glastonbury Festival
29-2 July ST. GALLEN OpenAir
7-9 GLASGOW TRNSMT Festival
21-23 BYRON BAY Splendour in the Grass Festival
3-6 CHICAGO Lollapalooza Festival
4-6 MONTREAL Osheaga Music & Arts
15-17 ST POLTON FM4 Frequency Festival
16-19 HASSELT Pukkelpop
18-20 WESTON V Festival
9-10 BERLIN Lollapalooza Berlin
Photos: Andy Hughes
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