Georgia Lines is a rising singer-songwriter based in Tauranga, New Zealand. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “I Got You” single.
Georgia Lines – “I Got You” music video
“At the time, there were so many things in my world that were changing, including dealing with the grief of losing a family member. It felt like life was becoming a game of giant Jenga – with so many pieces being pulled out from under me while trying to hold everything together. ‘I Got You’ is about the process of learning to let go while continuing to hold onto the few things that you know to be true.” – Georgia Lines explained
‘I Got You’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and compelling storytelling about change, loss, acceptance, and letting go. The chill, emotive tune possesses plush instrumentation flavored with atmospheric strings and dreamy indie-pop elements. Furthermore, “I Got You” was co-written and produced by Djeisan Suskov (BENEE), and it’s the first song the now prolific duo wrote together in 2020. Created fresh out of Aotearoa’s first lockdown, the track is reflective of Georgia’s growth mindset in navigating the challenges of pursuing a career in music during a pandemic.
“I don’t have any answers. too many hard questions. But I know I got you.”
“Covid has required loads of adaptability, positivity, and constant changes in perspective. The biggest mindset shift that has helped me navigate this unknown has been the conscious decision to make sure that every part of the journey is enjoyable. For me, keeping this perspective along with having an incredible support network, has helped me navigate through the hard yards and all the challenges that Covid has brought to pursuing a career in music.” – Georgia Lines explained
Georgia Lines is quickly becoming a household name in Aotearoa’s music industry. She recently performed alongside Anika Moa, Tami Neilson, Paige, and Annie Crummer at Auckland’s Civic Theatre for TUAWAHINE. Her self-titled, debut EP, GEORGIA LINES, was released in 2020. To date, the project has amassed over 1.5 million Spotify streams. Also, her recent release, “Tōrere,” has already gained over 40,000 streams. The track was unveiled as part of 2021’s te wiki o te reo māori.
Georgia Lines – “No One Knows” music video
Georgia’s 2021 single, “No One Knows,” has just been nominated for Best Music Video at this year’s AMA’s (Aotearoa Music Awards). Also, the song has been on heavy rotation on New Zealand mainstream radio. Furthermore, Georgia’s music has been featured on popular Spotify and Apple Music playlists including New Music Friday, Chilled Hits, Peaceful Pop, and The Office Stereo.
“I’m learning to let go of everything I know and all the things I once was holding close.”
Georgia Lines is showing no signs of slowing down. She will soon be performing as a headlining act at Festival One, supporting Dave Dobbyn at Black Barn, and joining Deva Mahal on her national tour. Also, Georgia was announced to join Ladyhawke, Sachi, and Mitch James at the Dance Farm festival. The event will take place on Joe’s Farm in Whangamata on Saturday, January 8, 2022. Plus, Georgia will perform as part of the Synthony event in New Plymouth on February 5, 2022. Be sure to keep an eye on Georgia’s socials for news, releases, and show details.
“I Got You” single
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