Hozier Tells Punters To Watch Out For Ticket Fraudsters

Hozier via Instagram

Hozier has expressed concern over gig ticket scammers. The Wicklow singer-songwriter has asked fans to stay on the lookout for potential fraudsters.

Hozier also says he’d rather “play to an empty room” than see people pay “inflated prices” online.

In a tweet, he asked everyone ‘please don’t buy‘ from ‘scalpers‘.

The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter celebrated his 33rd birthday on St. Patrick’s Day with the release of his new, three-song EP titled Eat Your Young, his first big release since the 2019 album Wasteland, Baby!

Andrew Hozier-Byrne, told PEOPLE. “I just hope they (the public) enjoy it! It’s a joy, it’s an honour. I hope it’s a tiny little sample platter of the album to come.”

The EP’s first two tracks, “Eat Your Young” and “All Things End,” embody different levels of fragility, while the third and final song, “Through Me (The Flood),” is a pandemic-era reflection on loss.