On the telly: Watch George Ezra bring ‘Budapest’ to The Late Late Show

Watch George Ezra bring ‘Budapest’ to The Late Late Show

Track is taken from the debut album ‘Wanted on Voyage’.

George Ezra is getting lots of screams from lots of fans in America - it’s official. Geoff might have had to cancel last weekend’s Coachella performance due to laryngitis, but he’s still very much taking on America.

Last night, Ezra took to a performance of ‘Budapest’ on James Corden-hosted telly gig The Late Late Show. Taken from his debut album ‘Wanted on Voyage’, the track was showcased ahead of a scheduled set for the second Coachella weekend.

Watch George Ezra’s The Late Late Show set below.

George Ezra returns to the UK for Wild Life festival (6th-7th June), London’s Somerset House Series (13th July) and V Festival (22nd-23rd August).

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