Ezra Collective

Ezra Collective

Sat 23 Nov 2019

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Ezra Collective have announced a UK tour. The new dates - which culminate in a hometown finale at London’s Roundhouse - are listed below and on sale from Thursday (18th April). The announcement comes ahead of Ezra Collective’s debut album, You Can’t Steal My Joy, out next Friday, 26th April. The exuberant LP features Jorja Smith, KOKOROKO and Loyle Carner, and looks destined to cement the band's status as one of the UK’s most exciting groups. Ezra Collective’s incredible musicianship and spirited approach to music - which draws on afrobeat, Latin, hip-hop, grime and more - has seen them break out beyond the thriving UK jazz scene. The five friends have already completed a mosh pit-filled and totally sold out UK tour, played at Quincy Jones’ birthday party, and recently toured America for the first time. Ezra Collective You Can't Steal My Joy UK tour: 20 Nov - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham 21 Nov - Stylus, Leeds 22 Nov - Oran Mor, Glasgow 23 Nov - Gorilla, Manchester 27 Nov - Concorde 2, Brighton 29 Nov - Trinity, Bristol 30 Nov - Roundhouse, London Ezra Collective have marked themselves out from the crowd with their genre-bridging prowess The Guardian /// Thrilling and vital Q /// A real coming of age MOJO /// the sound of London in 2019 distilled and put down on record Clash /// One of the best records to come out of the new jazz scene Loud & Quiet /// Ezra Collective bring the fire on a stunning debut album Crack /// There is a lean exuberance to this band that demands a dancing response Rolling Stone /// One of the liveliest groups to emerge from London’s jazz renaissance The New York Times


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