Posts Tagged ‘All That Emotion’

Hannah Georgas has a seemingly endless capacity for crafting textured pop songs. Since her debut, the Toronto-based musician has won numerous awards and racked up multiple nominations, including four JUNO nods, for everything from Best New Artist to Songwriter of the Year.

Masterfully produced by the National’s Aaron Dessner, this has all the hallmarks of a breakthrough album, as melding electronics and acoustics frolic about Hannah’s spellbinding vocals.

The eagerly anticipated follow-up production to the work that Dessner did on Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’, ‘all that emotion’ comprises deeply personal songs reckoning with the past, set in a warm, enveloping sound world with lyrical themes of change and resilience. for fans of Eve Owen, Feist, Phoebe Bridgers, Daughter and the National. “… sparse, staggering… [Aaron Dessner’s] immersive production, including layered keyboards and twinkling harmonics, pairs perfectly with her elegant voice” – uncut.

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we’re equally enamoured with Hannah Georgas’ soon-to-be-breakthrough fourth album. with studio controls helmed by the National’s Aaron Dessner, who recently gave Taylor Swift’s latest album an extra shot of pizzazz, delicate acoustic instrumentation nuzzles up to magical electronics as they bear witness to Hannah’s emotionally charged vocal performance.

Released September 4th, 2020

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On Tuesday Hannah Georgas announced a new album, the Aaron Dessner-produced “All That Emotion”, and shared a new song from it, “Dreams.” The album is due September 4th via Brassland and Arts & Crafts.

“Dreams” is the third collaborative single between Georgas and Dessner, after “That Emotion” and “Same Mistakes.” All three songs are featured on All That Emotion.

Georgas had this to say about “Dreams” in a press release: “In my past, I have let my insecurities play into relationships and have pushed people away because I have felt like I’m not deserving of love. This song explores the idea of breaking down those barriers of insecurity and being more open.”

Georgas began working on All That Emotion about a year after her 2016 album, For Evelyn.

She had this to say about the album in the press release: “I have been thinking about what this album represents to me and it is resilience. It’s about finding hope and a way out the other side of tough situations. The hardships we go through make us grow into stronger people. The album is about healing, self reflection and getting up again at the end of the day.”

Georgas wrote All That Emotion in 2017 in her Toronto apartment and during a “month-long retreat” in Los Angeles. She started recording the album in 2018 at Dessner’s upstate New York Studio.

“Before each session, I would make the long drive from Toronto to Hudson Valley in Upstate New York.” Georgas says in the press release. “It was really special getting the opportunity to work in such a remote space with Aaron and Jon and I was always itching to get back whenever we had breaks. At the same time, I appreciated the space in between and coming back with fresh ears…. Aaron and I agreed the production needed to bring out the truth in my voice. During these sessions we musically found a new depth and, vocally, a delivery that was more raw and expressive, allowing the emotional texture of each song to shine through.”

Order new album “All That Emotion” Produced by Aaron Dessner Out September 4th, 2020