Georgia - Georgia
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2015 Ratings: #178 / 915
User Score
Based on 42 ratings
Liked by 1 person
August 7, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
Domino / Label
Electropop, UK Bass / Genres / Website
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The 405
It's like she's bottled up a bit of London's muggy air and placed a love note inside and thrown it in the Thames. Hopefully people will get the message.
She might be lacking an obvious crossover hit, but you get the sense that those will arrive sooner rather than later; in the meantime, ‘Georgia’ has something far more valuable: bleeding-edge vitality.
The Line of Best Fit

Georgia is an album that speaks of youth in urban landscapes, and scenarios familiar to anyone who has hung around South London long enough. It's an area that's culturally thriving, and it might have a new hero.


With Georgia, a brisk slap in the face from a fresh and much-needed newcomer, she makes good on her early promise.

The Guardian
With nods to hyperactive producers such as Rustie, it’s a collision of pop, grime and electronica that shows off MIA-esque magpie tendencies.
Georgia is highly skilled at crafting enjoyable, creative pop songs out of sonic elements that might seem jarring and subject matter that could potentially be uncomfortable.

Every instrument on Georgia is the result of two years of labor, is played by her. It’s a credit to her craft and attention to detail, the resulting offering is sonically and musically expansive, drawing from a wide range of sources and reconciling disparate genres and musical traditions into a cohesive whole.

No Ripcord

That willingness to step outside any boundary is what makes Georgia such a promising pop artist. A true maverick with years of experience under her belt, she takes control of all those disparate ideas with a confidence that far exceeds her age.

What's abundantly clear now is that London has a vital artist that proudly represents its heterogeneous nature.
Drowned in Sound
Mind, Georgia hasn’t really got anything new to say, but then not everyone can spin sharp words from the get-go. This is the future, sucker, and while indie rawk bands aren’t going away any time soon, they better up their game.
Loud and Quiet
While the stylistic restlessness makes ‘Georgia’ feel more like a mixtape than an album, her continuing recourse to songwriting’s building blocks anchors it neatly.
very uneven debut but with some outstanding moments. "Move Systems" was a great song and wish the rest of the album had the same groove and vibe.
Intro: 6/10
Kombine: 7/10
Be Ache: 6/10
Nothing Solutions: 8/10
Hold It: 6/10
Digits: 7/10
Cab Ride: 6/10
Tell Me About It: 7/10
Move Systems: 7/10
Heart Wrecking Animals: 8/10
GMTL: 6/10
You: 6/10
Love songs from this album. It is realy sad this album didn't get popularity
Great first album, can't wait to see the evolution for next album :)
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Kombine
  3. Be Ache
  4. Nothing Solutions
  5. Hold It
  6. Digits
  7. Cab Ride
  8. Tell Me About It
  9. Move Systems
  10. Heart Wrecking Animals
  11. GMTL
  12. You
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Added on: June 18, 2015