Canadian electronic pop singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas announced the release of her new album, For Evelyn, earlier this month. The album is named after Georgas’ 98-year-old grandmother, who she describes as “compassionate, patient, kind and beautiful”.
Holy Fuck’s Graham Walsh, who had produced Georgas’ 2012 self-titled album, was enlisted again for production duties, and Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors, etc) mixed the effort. For Evelyn also features guest collaborations with Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and Andy Shauf.
Following the first single ‘Don’t Go’, Hannah Georgas has recently shared another taste from the album, the gorgeous ‘Rideback’. Take a listen below and watch out for the release of For Evelyn on June 24th via Dine Alone.
Coinciding with the album release, Hannah Georgas is embarking on a North American tour beginning at Toronto’s Molson Amphitheatre on June 17th.
Following the release of Hannah Georgas‘ self-titled full-length album last year, the Canadian electronic pop singer-songwriter is now offering a new single off it called ‘Enemies’. Ahead of the single release on February 10th, Hannah is embarking on a UK tour through January and February supporting City and Colour. January 31st will see her performing at the Hammersmith Apollo in London and you can check all her other stops here.
In other related news, Hannah has just unveiled a stunning cover of ‘Bye Bye Love’ in honour of Phil Everly of The Everly Brothers, who sadly passed away last week. Listen to it straight after the gorgeous ‘Enemies’.
Hannah Georgas is out now via Dine Alone Records.
Hannah Georgas‘ self-titled full-length album came out to wide acclaim at the end of last year in her native Canada. Now the follow-up to her 2010’s This Is Good in April is also being released in the UK on October 21st via Dine Alone Records.
The Vancouver-based electronic pop singer-songwriter recruited Graham Walsh, a co-founding member of Canadian electronic outfit Holy Fuck, to assist in recording and production duties. “We wanted to make a record where these sounds could come to life and be recreated in a live setting” said Hannah. “I came to Graham with my guitar, and he brought his OP-1, Moog, other synths and pedals, and we jammed, sitting in a room together for almost 3 weeks doing pre-production. Graham was like a scientist, creating incredible sounds on his instruments”.
‘Somebody’ is the second track off Hannah Georgas, a beautiful cut now being offered as a free download. Grab yours now and stream the track below.