Blame it on me by George Ezra

George Ezra – “Blame It On Me” – I discovered George while I was touring the UK a few weeks back.  Almost every morning when I turned on the radio, a song of his was playing. Upon hearing his most popular song, “Budapest”, I was sold on checking out his music.  To his credit, George has released 2 EPs, Did Your Hear the Rain? in October 2013 and Cassy O’ in March 2014; his debut album, Wanted on Voyage, was released in June of this year. George is well known in the UK, primarily due to playing in many festivals and also for being a contestant on the BBC Sound of….2014 (he finished 5th).  The single I’m bringing you today is the 4th single that was released from Wanted on Voyage, and it’s my favorite track from George.  What I enjoy about this track, is the guitar line that leads the song and carries it all the way through to the end.  I also really enjoy George’s voice; the bluesy raspy-ness of it is very infectious. I do feel like the chorus drives this song as well, especially near the end of the song when he ramps up his vocals.  Instead of providing the official video, which has a lot of background noise in it, I provided the lyrical video (George is in the video). If you like this track, I’d definitely suggest checking out a few more tracks from his album (Budapest, Cassy O or Listen to the Man). Enjoy!
 

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