George Ezra Songs Ranked

George Ezra Barnett (born 7 June 1993) is an English singer, songwriter, and guitarist. After releasing two EPs, Did You Hear the Rain? in November 2013 and Cassy O’ in March 2014, Ezra rose to prominence with the release of his hit single, “Budapest”, which reached number one in several countries. His debut studio album, Wanted on Voyage, was released in June 2014, reaching number one in the UK and the top ten in seven other countries. It was also the third-best-selling album of 2014 in the UK. Ezra’s second studio album, Staying at Tamara’s, was released in March 2018 and reached number one in the UK and the top ten in eight other countries. The second single from the album, “Paradise”, reached number two in the UK, while the next single, “Shotgun”, reached number one, becoming Ezra’s first chart-topping single in the UK, Ireland, and Australia. In February 2019, he won the Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist. Here are all of George Ezra’s songs ranked.

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10. Drawing Board (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“Such a happy CD made me want to dance! Also took me back to my youth and great nights dancing under the stars on the African coast. George Ezra has an amazingly mature voice for one so young, the melodies are great although the lyrics sometimes feel a bit contrived “off the north coast of Belgium” being one in particular that did not chime with me, however, it is a small gripe in what is a most enjoyable CD and which I play at volume whilst driving, during which time, dear reader, I refrain from attempting to dance.”

9. Barcelona (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“I have just discovered this musician of whom I had never heard before. I felt a kind of connection with his music from the very first seconds of listening to a “first” song by him. It’s a quite strange feeling what I have while listening to him but I would say overall I feel somewhat relaxed…”

8. Pretty Shining People (Staying at Tamara’s, 2018)

“George Ezra is one of the best musicians in the 21rst century. His songs, his marketing and so on is not “How can I reach the most revenue” it’s more like “I want to write songs for me and want to make people feeling happy by listening to my music”

George Ezra – Staying At Tamara's (2018, CD) - Discogs

7. Did You Hear the Rain? (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“George keeps creating, mix and shake, adding your incredible talent. We enjoy your art!! you are a warm breeze from other lands. Other times, from now…and tomorrow”

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6. Paradise (Staying at Tamara’s, 2018)

“I’m so glad that George Ezra wasn’t just a one hit wonder, he consistently releases great music, I don’t remember any other album in which I liked almost all the songs like this one”

5. Listen to the Man (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“This is pure, magic… I smiled through the entire video… BOTH did an absolutely fantastic job of entertaining… Great voice by Ezra and the antics of Ian only makes me want to be as fun when I reach his age… Thank you both for the fun!”

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4. Shotgun (Staying at Tamara’s, 2018)

“This song makes me want to get into the nearest vehicle and just take off! To somewhere! To find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!”

3. Cassy O (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“This song is about when he wasn’t in control. He said so himself in an interview. Like he said he was trying to rip out the battery, bit he could still hear tick and tock. He could not control the clock”

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2. Blame It on Me (Wanted on Voyage, 2014)

“Nostalgia feels like if someone broke your heart and crushed it into a million pieces, then puts all of the little pieces back together, puts a bandage on it, kisses it better, then lifts it onto a bed and tucks it in.”


Blame It on Me | George Ezra

1. Budapest (Matuschkes Lieblinge, Vol. 3, 2014)

“Very simple musically… not a whole lot overall, it has a very simple and folksy vibe. This song would be just as comfortable in a driving sequence in a movie as it would be played by one man in potbellies in downtown Chicago. I dig the song, his voice… all of it. If you like good music… this is it .”