Press Release

george ezra – watch the video for new single “hold my girl”

lifted from the number 1 album staying at tamara’s – the biggest-selling record in the UK released in 2018

first of two sold out uk tours begins November 8

(October 26, 2018) George Ezra today releases the video for new single “Hold My Girl,” the latest track from his Number 1 UK album Staying At Tamara’s, the best-selling album in the UK released this year, is a bittersweet and soaring ode to a loved one’s travails. The video sees George trying to keep his head above water in a flooded room, with water leaking in through the floorboards.

Watch “Hold My Girl” here:

The “Hold My Girl” video comes ahead of George’s sold out UK tour, which begins in Newcastle on November 8th and runs through to a show at The SSE Arena Wembley on November 15th. Earlier this year, George announced a second, all-arena UK tour for spring 2019, including his biggest headline show to date at The O2 Arena. The whole tour sold out in less than 30 mins, as did second shows at the The O2 and Manchester Arena.

Staying At Tamara’s is George’s second UK Number 1 album, hitting the summit in March, nearly four years after the release of his multi-platinum and also-chart topping debut album Wanted On Voyage. It features George’s first UK Number 1 single “Shotgun” – which has also topped the charts in five other countries so far – alongside lead single “Paradise,” which peaked at Number 2 in the UK singles chart and has now been certified Platinum. The album is available in digital, CD, cassette and vinyl formats.

George Ezra – UK shows 2018-2019

All shows SOLD OUT

8 November – O2 Academy Newcastle

9 November – Liverpool University

10 November – Hull Bonus Arena

12 November – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

13 November – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

15 November – The SSE Arena Wembley, London


7 March – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

8 March – First Direct Arena, Leeds

9 March – Echo Arena, Liverpool

11 March – Brighton Centre

12 March – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

13 March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

15 March – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

16 March – Manchester Arena

17 March – Genting Arena, Birmingham

19 March – The O2, London

20 March – The O2, London

22 March – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

23 March – Manchester Arena


See for the full list of worldwide dates.