HANNAH GEORGAS – ” That Emotion “

Posted: March 12, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Speaking of songs fans of Feist might enjoy, Vancouver artist Hannah Georgas has shared a new single, the first taste of a collaboration with The National’s Aaron Dessner. “This song is a portrait of one particular way that emotions can build up inside,” Georgas says. “You’re going through the motions, suppressing how you really feel, and pretending things are ok — but your body knows…that deep down life and worry can weigh you down in ways your head might not acknowledge. This song was inspired by the feeling of hiding emotions you would like to express but feeling alone. Over the course of the last decade, the Canadian songwriter Hannah Georgas has earned a lot of accolades in her home country.

Along the way, she caught the ear of Aaron Dessner, and she wound up spending much of last year in the National’s touring band for their I Am Easy To Find shows. But before that, she and Dessner had already started working together at Dessner’s studio in upstate New York, resulting in new work from Georgas that will presumably be out soon via her new homes at Brassland and Arts & Crafts.

Find a quiet moment today to absorb this new single from the incredible Hannah Georgas. “That Emotion” is a soft but insistent song that charts emotions beginning to pile up and surface. Produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner at his upstate New York studio, “That Emotion” is the first new material to be taken from a new album, currently scheduled for release this summer

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