George Ezra “cannot understand” how music festivals are to take place in the future. The “Budapest” interpreter admitted that because of the corona pandemic, it would be difficult to imagine future events from such events.

In a conversation as part of his “Phone A Friend” podcast, George said: “I started to wonder how our industry will look in the future? Because we offer entertainment, but how can you put on a show now? ”

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So he wants to clarify women in Corona times

“Otherwise there are always 100,000 people in front of the Pyramid stage at the Glastonbury Festival and I just can’t imagine that now.”

Before the lockdown, however, the 26-year-old musician had not planned any further performances because he had already worked on the successor to his “Staying at Tamara’s” record from 2018.

The BRIT Award winner also revealed that he went through phases of frustration during the initial restrictions and was also plagued by moments of a camp freak.

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The swarm of women said: “I want to tear my clothes off and just scream! All of this just makes me feel a little sad. ”

The “Shotgun” singer recently joked that during the lockdown he was singing extra loudly from his window to attract the attention of women and win a new love for himself. (Bang)

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