HANNAH GEORGAS – ” Same Mistakes “

Posted: May 14, 2020 in Classic Albums, MUSIC
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Hannah Georgas is back with a new track “Same Mistakes”, produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner. This is the second single from Georgas in 2020, and the second to be produced by Dessner, after March’s “That Emotion”.

Georgas says of the new offering, “Over the years I’ve been recognising patterns and habits I’ve created in order to protect myself in situations that are difficult. I’m becoming more aware of how much my upbringing has had an affect on me. This song was inspired by learning how to accept the past and recognise when things come up and trying to learn to from them.” It’s sweet, solemn and soulful confession from the stars, “Same Mistakes” is modern melancholia and the beaming brand-new single from Toronto’s Hannah Georgas. The track was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner, who also plays on it. Out care of Brassland, you can find streaming and download links for this right here, and it’s available from her Bandcamp page, too.

She adds of working with Dessner on the song, “Aaron and I tried a couple of versions of it before we found this one. I originally wrote it on guitar and I ended up finding a different arrangement for it on the piano. Towards the end of my time with Aaron, we re-recorded this – tracking piano and vocals first. He came up with a repetitive bass line and drum loop. He started playing these beautiful guitar slide parts that felt like whale calls. We were recording it in the evening and I remember listening and looking out the window and seeing a beautiful bright moon and clear dark sky. It was a really memorable and magical moment.”

Her forthcoming LP, is yet to be announced, will be her first since 2016’s For Evelyn. Hannah Georgas’ “Same Mistakes” single is out now.

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