George Ezra has revealed in a new interview that he is considering retiring from the spotlight after his current tour ends.
The singer-songwriter is touring in support of his third studio album, “Gold Rush Kid”, and has already played a big show at London’s Finsbury Park this summer, as well as a surprise performance at Glastonbury Festival in this summer this year.
Ezra has now spoken in a new interview with the Daily Telegraph about his possible next move after wrapping up his “Gold Rush Kid” tour, which is set to end at the end of the 2023 summer festival season.
“This could be a conversation for another time, but I don’t feel the need or want to continue operating the way we do now,” he said, “and that’s not a rebellion, no there’s just what I think. Great, that’s one thing.’
“The closing date [de la gira] It arrives in April next year. Then it’s the festive season, then it’s my 30th anniversary, and you’re like, ‘Well, what a great decade. But don’t stop thinking that every life can be.”
When asked what he might do instead, Ezra replied, “Well, I don’t know, and that’s fine. I think I’ll always be writing and recording music, no I don’t know if it will be as commercial. Or maybe it is, but I’m not going to promote it much.” “.
Asked if he would miss out on performing live in front of his fans if he stopped touring in the future, Ezra said: “Again, I think it’s a long shot. It’s very hard to wrap your head around around him.
“People’s memories [sus] songs have little to do with it [mí]they are with friends, family, holidays, kitchen clubs”.
Ezra’s new documentary End To End, which will document his 1,200 mile journey across the UK in 2021, will be shown in cinemas in the UK and Ireland later this month.