Hitmakers: The songwriting secrets behind George Ezra's Shotgun

James Hanley

George Ezra’s No.1 smash Shotgun was one of the songs of last summer. Here, in the run-up to Ezra’s Glastonbury Pyramid Stage slot this Friday, his co-writer Joel Pott recalls the creation of a brilliantly simple pop gem...

It helped that the first time I met George was in the pub. Straight away I thought, ‘I’m happy to spend weeks with this guy, rather than just a couple of days and then see you later’. Personality has a big bearing ...

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