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June 2019
Glastonbury 2017

Watch George Ezra bring the old and the new to Glastonbury 2017

Hear five new songs from what's due to be George's second album.
Published: 8:41 am, June 24, 2017
Watch George Ezra bring the old and the new to Glastonbury 2017
George Ezra belongs on big stages now. It’s not exactly a shock - that tends to happen after you’ve sold roughly a squillion records, like he did with his debut ‘Wanted On Voyage’. Now he’s back with a whole new bunch of future anthems, and it appears he’s not planning on letting up.

Taking to the Other Stage, our George played five new tracks - ‘Get Away’, ‘Pretty Shining People’, ‘Hold My Girl’, ‘All My Love’ and new single ‘Don’t Matter Now’. They’re all ones he’s been road testing on his recent Top Secret tour - but taking them to a wider audience is the next big step on the road to album two.

You can watch George’s full Glastonbury 2017 set here, thanks to the BBC.
George Played:

Cassy O'
Get Away
Barcelona
Leaving It Up to You
Pretty Shining People
Listen to the Man
Hold My Girl
Don't Matter Now
Blame It on Me
All My Love
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Did You Hear the Rain?
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