Described as being about “trying to come to terms with not being that person’s number one anymore”, the accompanying video is directed by Ezra’s pal Sam O’Neill, who notes, “I wanted to mainly convey a sense of isolation, one that we create within ourselves.”
See Smoothboi Ezra live at the following dates:
01 - London, Brixton Academy (supporting Jungle)
22 - Dublin, Whelans, Eastbound Festival
24 - Manchester, YES (Basement), So Young Magazine presents Mood Swings
25 - Bristol, Dot to Dot Festival
26 - Nottingham, Dot to Dot Festival
03-06 - Reykjavik, Iceland Airwaves
13 - Glasgow, The Great Western Festival
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