Last summer, Georgia released her incredible third album Euphoric, co-produced by Rostam, it saw Georgia stepping out from behind the recording desk and establishing herself as a unique left-field pop artist.

Today, Georgia shares a brand-new song, the soaring “Too Much Too Little”. An irresistible blast of dance pop, the lyrics see Georgia contemplating the modern world and our role in mass consumption all whilst underpinning the song with rapturous hands-in-the-air piano stabs and dynamic drums. Talking about “Too Much Too Little”, Georgia says: “It’s so hard at the moment to try and contemplate a balanced life when so much is going on, in the news, on social media, everywhere. I find it hard to sometimes see what’s reality and what’s fantasy.”

Having debuted the track at her live shows in November, Georgia then brought in Mark Ralph – who worked on her Mercury Music Prize-shortlisted second album Seeking Thrills – to add that little extra dancefloor-dynamite.

“Too Much Too Little” arrives just as Georgia’s UK & European tour support for Kim Petras starts, with shows including London’s Eventim Apollo. Additionally, Georgia will also perform at this year’s Mighty Hoopla Festival.

As well as been one of the UK’s premier producers and songwriters, Georgia is a keen collaborator and has worked with the likes of Gorillaz, Shygirl, Years & Years’ Olly Alexander, Shania Twain, Mura Masa, Baby Tate, Dan Carey and David Jackson.  Most recently, Georgia worked with Richard Russell on his Everything Is Recorded project Winter Solstice alongside Sampha, Florence Welch, Alabaster DePlume and more.


15 februari 2024
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