Hozier was raised in the Protestant Quaker faith and now identifies as an agnostic who is an Irish musician, singer and songwriter. Folk, soul, and blues are his main musical influences, and he frequently incorporates political and social justice themes into his songs while also addressing religious and literary topics. He was in his mid-teens when he joined his first band and spent a semester in Trinity College Dublin’s music program.
Hozier whose real name is Andrew John Hozier-Byrne is currently singe, as of now. He is not dating anyone at these moments.
Hozier extends Unreal Unearth Tour into 2024
As Hozier expands his Unreal Unearth Tour until 2024, he has announced new dates for 37 gigs. These performances will take place across North America. New dates have been revealed for the continuing Unreal Unearth Tour, which is being performed by Irish singer-songwriter Hozier.
The musician, who is 33 years old, took to social media in order to disclose his schedule for the North American leg of the tour at the year 2024. His forthcoming performances will take place at a variety of locations around North America, including stadiums, arenas, and amphitheatres.
Some of the most renowned venues in the region are Forest Hills Stadium in New York and Kia Forum in Los Angeles. In the caption of his announcement post on X, the singer of Take Me to Church said,
“After the sweetest run of US shows, I’m delighted to announce these brand new #UnrealUnearth tour dates for next year. The 17th of November is the day that tour tickets will be available for purchase; I can’t wait to come back, and I hope to see you there.”
How Tall Is Hozier?
Hozier stands 6 feet 5 inches (1.98m) tall. The words “noli timere,” which are the final words of the Irish poet Seamus Heaney, are tattooed on his arm.
The Latin phrase “noli timere” means “don’t be afraid.” As an adult, Hozier considers himself to be an agnostic, despite having been brought up in the Protestant Quaker faith. His parents are Raine Hozier-Byrne, an artist, and John Byrne.
Hozier described himself as a “class clown” and a “unfocused student” when he was younger, referring to school as a “monotonous nightmare”.