George Ezra’s ‘Paradise’ is a happy little number that will make you fall in love with love
I always think it is interesting British singer George Ezra is as well-known as he is. After all, much of his fame is based on just one song ‘Budapest‘, with the success of his debut album Wanted on Voyage also coming mainly from the obsession people have for that song.
Having said that, Ezra is an incredibly talented guy, with a voice that is not only distinct but actually almost bizarre for someone of his age.
Because, at still only 24, and only 20 years old when ‘Budapest‘ was released, yet his voice sounds like it is coming from someone in their 50s who has spent years hanging out in smokey jazz clubs drinking bottles of hard liquor.
Today, George Ezra released a new single called ‘Paradise‘. The song is from his upcoming sophomore studio album — to be called ‘Staying at Tamara’s‘ — and is the second track we have heard from the album so far after ‘Don’t Matter Now‘ was released in mid-2017.
According to Ezra, ‘Paradise‘ was influenced by his emotions for his girlfriend during the early part of their relationship. Apparently, he was more than just a bit obsessed.
Listen to George Ezra’s ‘Paradise‘ in the Spotify widget below. It’s a happy little number that will make you fall in love with love so, eh, why not?