On this blog last year, I discussed the “Euphoric” album by Georgia, at length. Owing to her distinctive sound as she transitioned from a producer-based directive to that of a left-field pop artist. Georgia continued to push the boundaries of electronic music. While embracing a pop aesthetic, she made sure to keep the stylings of a dance element embedded in her tracks, which sets her apart from her contemporaries.

Also in 2023, Georgia once again proved herself a festival favourite. She solidified her performance status with a successful tour in promotion of “Euphoric“. Incidently, I was lucky enough to catch one of her live shows at the Colour Factory in London, and it was absolutely amazing! During her set, she even shared a new song and hinted that she would release it soon. I’ve been eagerly waiting for it ever since. And now, the wait is finally over – “Too Much Too Little” is out now, and it’s already making waves after premiering as Hottest Record, on BBC Radio 1’s Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.

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I saw Georgia on the night she wrapped up her UK dates. And I vividly remember the response the crowd at the Colour Factory, London gave “Too Much Too Little.” The reaction to this dance-pop offering, in essence, was as raucous as any feedback we gave when she played any of her well-loved hits, or recent track releases equally. Yet, I’m glad that her audiences proved good test groups. Also since the tour ended, Georgia, worked hard to come up with a final edit that she is proud to share.

In the song’s powerful and thought-provoking lyrics, It’s clear that Georgia has an important message to share. Moreover, her reflections on the impact of mass consumption on the modern world are deeply relevant and important for us to consider. The combination of her poignant lyrics and the energetic piano and drum accompaniment create a truly impactful and memorable song. Yet, overall, this song is a great example of how music can be used to spark meaningful conversations about the issues that matter most.

Feeling blue or overwhelmed? I have just the prescription for you: a Georgia gig. These shows are a surefire way to boost your mood with their powerful mix of happiness, connection, and love. Trust me, after attending one, you’ll leave feeling refreshed and uplifted. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience this incredible remedy for yourself.

In her live dates, coming up… Georgia joins Kim Petras on the UK and European legs of her “Feed The Beast” tour. Commencing 13th February – Details HERE

Additionally, Georgia will also perform at this year’s Mighty Hoopla Festival.

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