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GEORGE EZRA SHARES “HOLD MY GIRL” FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM STAYING AT TAMARA’S

Today George Ezra has released “Hold My Girl,” the latest track from his forthcoming sophomore album Staying At Tamara’s. Listen HERE. The song is a heartfelt ballad that showcases George’s signature baritone vocals. George has also shared the Abbey Road studio session of “Pretty Shining People,” the album’s opening track. Watch the clip HERE.

Staying At Tamara’s will be released on March 23 via Columbia Records in digital, CD, cassette and vinyl formats. Three years after the release of his chart topping debut albumWanted On Voyage, George returns with a collection of “songs about escapism, dreaming, anxieties and love.” George’s sophomore album has already received early critical acclaim, with glowing 4-star reviews from The Sun and DIY, the latter of whom describe it as a “gorgeous, much needed escape.” Staying At Tamara’s is available for pre-order HEREand includes “Hold My Girl,” “Pretty Shining People,” “Paradise,” and “Don’t Matter Now.” See full track listing below.

George will soon return to the US for a headline tour across North America. Tickets are on sale now with shows already sold-out in Boston, Washington D.C., Toronto, and Vancouver. See full tour routing below and visit www.georgeezra.com for more information.

Staying At Tamara’s Track Listing:

  1. pretty shining people

  2. don’t matter now

  3. get away

  4. shotgun

  5. paradise

  6. all my love

  7. sugarcoat

  8. hold my girl

  9. saviour (feat. first aid kit)

  10. only a human

  11. the beautiful dream

George Ezra Tour Dates
4/20/18 – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto (SOLD-OUT)
4/21/18 – Corona Theatre, Montreal
4/22/18 – House of Blues, Boston (SOLD-OUT)
4/24/18 – Terminal 5, New York
4/25/18 – The Fillmore, Philadelphia
4/26/18 – Lincoln Theatre, Washington D.C. (SOLD-OUT)
4/28/18 – Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak
4/29/18 – Riviera Theater, Chicago
4/20/18 – First Avenue, Minneapolis
5/2/18 – Ogden Theatre, Denver
5/3/18 – The Depot, Salt Lake City
5/5/18 – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver (SOLD-OUT)
5/6/18 – Roseland Theater, Portland
5/7/18 – Showbox SoDo, Seattle
5/9/18 – Fox Theater, Oakland
5/10/18 – Observatory North Park, San Diego
5/12/18 – The Marquee, Tempe
5/13/18 – The Wiltern, LA

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