“Georgia‘s not a missing HAIM sister, is she? Hearing that similar kind of dynamic pop vision here.” – Dave Ruby Howe, triple j
Brisbane artist, GeorgiaDutton explores an untimely relationship, sonically examining the nature of regret, desire and personal growth with her debut single ‘I Wish We Met When We Were 25’.
This pop-electronica songstress deep dives into her experience of regretting a relationship and wishing it happened when the two were older and more mature. “This track also acts as a warning for the next person in line, but hopefully we’ve both grown past our previous mistakes and learnt to never make them again in our next relationships” explains Georgia.
Her debut single release ‘Bittersweet Love’ was released when she was 16 and racked 70,000 streams on Spotify in 3 months, and now sitting at 300,000 and growing. Georgia has been busy the past two years honing her craft playing at Brisbane’s Hidden Lanes Festival 2019, winner of GYROstream’s Big Boost 2019 national competition, a finalist in the Brisbane City Council QUBE effect as well as Highly Commended in the School’s Category at the 2020Queensland Music Awards. Georgia has also worked alongside co-writing with singer-songwriter Sahara Beck and performed with other Brisbane artists such as Hazel Mei and The Letter Elle.
This is her second release of 2020, with more singles to follow and an EP release expected in early 2021.