Ezra Collective Announce New Album and Tour, Share Video for New Song: Watch

Ezra Collective the British jazz quintet who took home the 2023 Mercury Prize, have announced a new album. Dance, No One’s Watching is out September 27 via Partisan. The band has shared its lead single, “God Gave Me Feet for Dancing” featuring London singer Yazmin Lacey, with a music video directed by Tajana Tokyo. Watch that rousing, dance-filled clip below.

Dance, No One’s Watching follows Ezra Collective’s award-winning sophomore album Where I’m Meant to Be. In addition to Yazmin Lacey, their new LP also features collaborations with Olivia Dean, M.anifest, and Moonchild Sanelly. “God Gave Me Feet for Dancing” is technically the second song to be shared from Dance, No One’s Watching, after April’s “Ajala.

Later this summer, Ezra Collective will embark on a tour that extends on through the fall. Apart from a set at New York City’s SummerStage in Central Park, this leg mainly keeps the band in Europe, with performances scheduled in England, France, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Ireland, and elsewhere. Find their complete list of tour dates below.

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Ezra Collective: Dance, No One’s Watching

Dance, No One’s Watching:

01 Intro
02 The Herald
03 Palm Wine
04 God Gave Me Feet for Dancing [ft. Yazmin Lacey]
05 Ajala
06 The Traveller
07 N29
08 No One’s Watching Me [ft. Olivia Dean]
09 Hear My Cry
10 Shaking Body
11 Expensive
12 Streets Is Calling [ft. M.anifest and Moonchild Sanelly]
13 Why I Smile
14 Have Patience
15 Everybody

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