Georgia announces new album and Brighton instore performance
Domino Recording Company are extremely proud to present ‘Seeking Thrills’, the new LP from Georgia, due for release on January 10th 2020.
The new single, ‘Never Let You Go’ exemplifies Georgia’s trademark unfiltered lyrical sweetness and acidic production fused with a house-influenced driving beat. The accompanying video was shot and directed by Joseph Connor in Jordan. Watch the video for ‘Never Let You Go’ HERE and stream ‘Never Let You Go’ HERE.
‘Never Let You Go’ and the announcement of ‘Seeking Thrills’ comes after a hugely successful 2019 for Georgia. Both of her singles, ‘Started Out’ and ‘About Work The Dancefloor’ hit Radio 1’s A playlist, and propelled Georgia to headline shows across the globe, including dates in Europe, Latin America, the US, Australia, plus a goosebump-inducing one-woman-band set on Glastonbury’s Park Stage.
The new LP, ‘Seeking Thrills’ is a sharply paced and fascinating album, packed with injections of lightness and fun, pared with rich, bubbling melodies that makes listening to it an experience that takes you into the party, through electro-pop into R&B, and back again. Her deep, brooding reflections carry us through euphoria, heartache and melancholy but always with the memory of the good times. Georgia is reminding you of the altitude of your last real thrill, and when we turn the record on, we’re there again, aching for more.
Heavily inspired by Chicago House and Detroit Techno of the early 80s, ‘Seeking Thrills’ fuses analogue club sounds with solid pop songwriting and showcases Georgia’s lifelong love affair with the drums.
Watch the video for ‘24 Hours‘ HERE, ‘Started Out’ HERE and watch the video for ‘About Work The Dancefloor’ HERE.
‘Seeking Thrills’ will be available on CD, Deluxe LP (incl. heavyweight red vinyl, printed PVC sleeve, 12 Page booklet featuring photography of Nancy Honey), cassette and digitally. There will also be a deluxe bundle, including deluxe LP, cassette, t-shirt plus Georgia’s own brand of ‘Seeking Thrills’ hot sauce, created especially to celebrate her new album.
‘Seeking Thrills’ tracklist:
‘About Work The Dancefloor’
‘Never Let You Go’
‘Mellow’ (feat. Shygirl)
‘Till I Own It’
‘I Can’t Wait’
‘The Thrill’ (feat. Maurice)
‘Honey Dripping Sky’
Digital | CD | Cassette | Deluxe LP | Deluxe bundle
Or you could in fact see Georgia perform live instore at Resident Brighton at 28 Kensington Gardens, North Laine, Brighton, BN1 4AL from 6:30pm to 7:30pm and purchase your chosen format there and get it signed directly by Georgia. Details HERE.
‘Seeking Thrills’ features a photograph by renowned, influential American documentary and portrait photographer, Nancy Honey who allowed Georgia to use photographs from her archive. Honey’s photography is featured across all of Georgia’s artwork, including previous the singles. The image featured on Seeking Thrills is entitled “St Stephens School Disco, Bath” © Nancy Honey, 1988.
Acclaim for Georgia and ‘About Work The Dancefloor’:
“If you come for the throbbing synth-pop, you should stay for Georgia’s disarmingly tender vocals” – PITCHFORK
“A pulsing electro anthem with an irresistible hook” – Q Magazine
“The London producer moves into aggressive, lean synth-pop, dazzling with thundering bass and starburst synths.” – The Guardian
“Supremely addictive, it’s one of her most overtly pop statements yet. Georgia isn’t messing around.” – Clash
“Thank heavens for this irresistible summer smash. It’s an all ages floor-filler if ever there was one.” – The Times
“About Work The Dancefloor somehow ramps up both the pop and the art at the same time. One of British pop’s best emerging artists..” – Popjustice
“A perfect weekend banger” – Wonderland
“Georgia is following her very own blueprints into coming one of Britain’s most talented and unique pop stars.” – NME
For further information on Georgia, visit her official website: georgiauk.com
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