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Ezra Collective announced for Dublin 3Olympia Theatre show

Ezra Collective announced for Dublin 3Olympia Theatre show

Ezra Collective

The 2023 Mercury Music Prize Award winners announce a new album and a tour this week.

Ezra Collective will release their new album Dance, No One’s Watching out September 27th on Partisan Records, and have released the smooth soul jazz song ‘God Gave Me Feet For Dancing’ featuring Yazmin Lacey on vocals.

Dublin gig

On the gig front, Ezra Collective at London’s OVO Arena Wembley on November 15th as they become the first UK Jazz act to headline and they will play Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on 11th November.

Tickets on sale from €23 from Ticketmaster.

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“Myself, Ife, and TJ all grew up in church, and it played a massive role in how we view the purpose of dancing. Dancing is bigger than just the club space. Dancing is a community thing, dancing is a spiritual thing, and ‘God Gave Me Feet For Dancing’ is like a window into that element of Ezra Collective for the five of us. There’s a story in the Bible that talks about ‘David dancing before the Lord’, and that’s always been something that has inspired me. So, ‘God Gave Me Feet For Dancing’ is meant to look at dancing in a more spiritual capacity, like it’s our God-given ability to shake away the badness of life and dance instead.”

Femi Koleoso

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