Georgie - At Home: Album review
At Home is a beautiful record from a yet to be widely discovered artist. Think along the lines of London Grammar, Norah Jones and Adele.
It opens with a gently strummed guitar and a jazzy, summery feel for the track ‘Company’. Georgie’s vocals are simply stunning.
Based in Mansfield, Georgie had to curtail a high profile tour in support of the Lighthouse Family as the coronavirus began to take hold.
She had already recorded the punchy, funk-based pop track ‘Chasing Kites’ before lockdown.
The rest of the album was written against the backdrop of a global pandemic and a story of love, loss and redemption in the strangest of times.
She had returned home from her shortened tour only to find a relationship in ruin. Facing an uncertain future in both music and her love life, Georgie sought solace in the isolation of her small home studio and began to write.
As days endlessly blurred into one another and chaos unfurled in the world beyond her window, the whirlwind of thoughts in Georgie’s head poured out like diary entries into new songs, both starkly honest and radiantly soul-baring.
The result is an album that is pretty much perfect.
It's out now via Soul Kitchen Records.
Find out more about Georgie here .