Ezra Collective have teamed up with Kojey Radical for their new single, ‘No Confusion’

The full LP will be shared this Friday, November 4th, via Partisan Records.
Photo credit: Aliyah Otchere

Ezra Collective have recruited Kojey Radical for ‘No Confusion’, a single from their imminent new record, ‘Where I’m Meant To Be’.

The track follows previous releases ‘Victory Dance’, ‘Life Goes On’, and ‘Ego Killah’, all of which will appear on the British quintet’s second album. ‘Where I’m Meant To Be’ will arrive in will this Friday, November 4th, via Partisan Records.

“Drum lessons with Uncle Tony didn’t just change my life, but Ezra Collective‘s”, explains band leader Femi Koleoso.  “The most valuable thing he ever taught me was, always be yourself.  Be who you are.  Be proud of who you are.  When you truly are who you’re meant to be, you have no confusion.  Confusion by Fela Kuti is one of the only recorded drum solos by Uncle Tony – it’s so him, no one else could have played it.  This track is so us.  We’re at a place where we really know who we are as a band – and there’s No Confusion about it.”

You can listen to ‘No Confusionhere, and watch the Douglas Bernhardt-directed music video below:

You can pre-order ‘Where I’m Meant To Behere – the full tracklist reads as below:

1. Life Goes On (feat. Sampa The Great)
2. Victory Dance
3. No Confusion (feat. Kojey Radical)
4. Welcome To My World
5. Togetherness
6. Ego Killah
7. Smile
8. Live Strong
9. Siesta (feat. Emeli Sandé)
10. Words by Steve
11. Belonging
12. Never The Same Again
13. Words by TJ
14. Love In Outer Space (feat. Nao)

Ezra Collective will soon embark on a series of record store performances to support the release of their new LP, and have previously announced a UK & EU tour for early 2023. The full UK live dates read as below:

4 London, Ronnie Scott’s (x3 back-to-back shows)
6 Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall (outstore w/ Crash Records)
7 Nottingham, Rough Trade (instore)
8 Sheffield, Foundry (outstore w/ Bear Tree Records)
9 Brighton, Resident Records (instore)
10 London,  Rough Trade East (Instore)

18 Bristol, Academy 
19 Glasgow, SWG3
23 Manchester, Albert Hall  
24 London, O2 Brixton Academy

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