George Ezra travels 1,200 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats for his new documentary End To End
George Ezra travels 1,200 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to meet lockdown-affected musicians in teaser for his documentary End To End
George Ezra has given fans a preview of his upcoming End To End documentary before it hits theaters for a single day next month.
The film follows the singer, 29, as he travels over 1,200 miles across the UK meeting other musicians along the way.
Filmed in 2021 as the country emerged from lockdown, the Shotgun hitmaker made the long journey from England’s southernmost point, Land’s End, to Scotland’s northernmost tip, John O’Groats .
Windy: George Ezra traveled 1,200 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to meet lockdown-affected musicians for his new documentary End To End
The trailer shows George battling wind, rain and gnats as he contemplates the impact of the pandemic on musicians across the country, while maintaining his signature upbeat attitude.
Joined by two pals, the pop singer can also be seen discovering and reconnecting with the country after months of isolation.
In an intimate moment, George was asked how he felt performing on the world-famous Glastonbury stage, replying: “I couldn’t care less about myself”.
Sing a song: Trailer shows George battling wind, rain and gnats as he contemplates the impact of the pandemic on musicians across the country, while maintaining his typically upbeat attitude
As they pass through incredible scenery, George can also be seen trying to erect a tent while the men sleep outside during their travels.
The hitmaker seemed to meet all sorts of musicians who have been struggling due to COVID while getting emotional trying out the French horn played by his grandfather.
The famous singer also plays a pub tour where he first made a name for himself in his home town of Hertford.
The documentary will be released in cinemas for one day on August 29, followed by an exclusive performance by the man himself broadcast live from the world premiere in London.
Campers: As they pass through incredible scenery, George can also be seen trying to erect a tent as the men sleep outside on their trips
End to End also features acoustic performances and tracks from George’s best-selling album, GOLD RUSH KID.
He comes after the singer revealed that he had to prove his identity with a utility bill to participate in the Queenit is Platinum Jubilee Concert last month.
George was one of the musical personalities chosen to perform in honor of Her Majesty’s 70-year reign.
Rambler: The hitmaker seemed to meet all sorts of musicians who suffered through COVID hardships while getting emotional trying out the French horn played by his grandfather
And the Green Grass singer has been warned he will not be allowed to perform at Buckingham Palace unless he has a document detailing his name and address.
Speaking to The Mirror, George explained: “There was all this stress of what you need to get in. There was a list – the utility bill was one of them.
‘We were like, ‘Let’s just do it according to the book…let’s do what they want’.
Pals: The singer was joined by two pals on the epic trip across the UK
“I was a bit unaware of the magnitude of the event. I got on stage and when I saw The Mall, I was like, ‘Oh my God. A few days later, I walked through The Mall to soak it all up.
“But it was great to be a part of it in real time.”
The hitmaker whose tracks rack up 15 million streams a month added that it was even a privilege to use the toilets at the royal residence.
Play a Song: End to End also features acoustic performances and tracks from George’s best-selling album, GOLD RUSH KID – with George bringing his guitar on the trip.
He explained: “The utility bill came in handy as we were allowed into the palace after the concert.
“I was shown the toilet where there were 20 urinals and I thought, ‘Well, that’s not the family quarters, that’s the guest wing.’ It was like a museum.
Tickets for End To End are available Monday, July 18.
George who? It comes after the singer revealed he had to prove his identity with a utility bill to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert last month.