SINGLE REVIEW: George Ezra – Anyone For You

It’s about time that we got more of George Ezra’s euphoric melodies in our lives again. It’s been four years since his critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘Staying At Tamara’s’ delivered the monster singles ‘Shotgun’ and ‘Paradise’, and following the global pandemic we definitely need some of that radiating sonical sunshine again. His third studio album ‘Gold Rush Kid’ is slated for a June 10 release, and the lead single ‘Anyone For You’ is a slice of classic George Ezra gold. 

With the refrain “let me be your light” echoing through the infectious chorus, the British singer-songwriter carves this warm and euphoric love song. Armed with an ear-worm hook, he sings about his devotion for someone, and what he could possibly do for them if they just opened their heart and let him in. “I could love you, I could be, anything you want of me. And in the darkness of the night, baby, let me be your light” he affectionately sings. 

Matching that deep euphoric emotion with a joyful and bright production, he brings you back into that big alt-pop sound that his last album honed so beautifully. The anthemic singalong hook is amplified by the choir layered harmonies, and the brassy big band approach. It’s one of those songs that instantly feels warm and transports you into the middle of the heat with your summer fling as you create new and exciting memories with them.