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It's been quite the year for The 28-year-old singer George Ezra so far. Not only has he released his comeback single "Anyone for You (Tiger Lily)," and announced his upcoming album 'Gold Rush Kid,' along with the special edition, he has premiered a new track entitled "Green Green Grass." The video shows clips from George's camping adventure with his friends, Adam and Christy, accompanied by a clip of the catchy new tune. The video also shows a clip from when the boys set up camp in front of Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage skeleton at Worthy Farm, interspersed with footage from a recording studio. And it seems that fans are also very happy with the new song. One wrote: "So excited for this. Good feeling vibes! Summer song awesome! Lobe you George! Perfect as Easter is coming up so this to loop forward too after haha xxx," (sic) with another saying: "QUIVERING with anticipation." Meanwhile, George recently claimed he has no desire to team up with his music peers for a record as he doesn't think his style of music is made for duets. He said: “I don’t like collaborating. “I’ve got no interest in collaborating with other artists, full stop; I don’t want to. It’s not that I don’t like it when other people do it. Sometimes it’s great. I just don’t." Meanwhile, George - who is also set to take to the stage alongside James May and Anne-Marie for Hits Live Liverpool at the city's M S Bank Arena on May 20. The BRIT Award-winning singer kicked off a small string of dates at the legendary theatre ahead of follow-up shows in Manchester and Glasgow later this week.