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George Ezra shares snippet of new music and launches ‘Gold Rush Kid’ website

The singer is making his comeback this year with a massive Finsbury Park show in London

By Will Richards

George Ezra poses standing in front of chopped logs in a forest
George Ezra, 2022. (Photo: Alex Eden-Smith)

George Ezra has teased a snippet of new music online and launched a new website called ‘Gold Rush Kid’ – listen to the new music below.

The clip, posted to the singer-songwriter‘s social media channels, sees him press play on a vinyl turntable, before a passionate a capella snippet of music is played.

It looks like the song in question could be called ‘Anyone For You’, the hashtag applied to the post, and may be taken from a third album called ‘Gold Rush Kid’, the name of the new website that now appears in his social media profiles.

When visiting, fans are pointed to sign up to the singer’s newsletter for more information, and when scrolling to the bottom, told to “come back soon”.

Listen to the snippet of new music below.

George Ezra, who released his last album ‘Staying At Tamara’s’, which included the huge hit ‘Shotgun’, in 2018, is set to hit the road in 2022.

As well as headlining the Boardmasters festival in Cornwall, Ezra will also play his own massive headline show at London’s Finsbury Park on July 17. Support at the show will come from Blossoms and Holly Humberstone, with more TBA.

“Hello, it’s been a while – I know that, I feel it – but I’ve got some exciting news,” Ezra told fans in a video announcing the gig last August, recorded at the Finsbury Park train station. “I’m headlining a show at Finsbury Park next year, on the 17th of July 2022.”

“I want you to be there. I need you to be there. It’s gonna be a party,” he added.