Hannah Georgas - I'd Be Lying if I Said I Didn't Care

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“Magisterial pop for introverts” – The Guardian

“The introspective Canadian singer-songwriter’s stately fourth album evokes an atmosphere of quiet loveliness.” – Pitchfork

“A beautiful new album full of bright and shimmering guitar lines and sweet soothing harmonies.” – NPR

“All That Emotion boasts sweeping orchestration and cozy melodies..” – The New York Times

“‘That Emotion’ is a meditation that subtly hints at that feeling of emotions starting to pile up and surface…Georgas’ voice is certainly the highlight, a calming force even as she considers a more disoriented headspace” – Stereogum

“Her vocals are at the forefront of these meditative ballads, floating above soft, meandering sonic landscapes of pulsating synths…” – FLOOD Magazine

“Standouts such as Easy, Cruel and Just A Phase exemplify her extraordinary gift.” – The Sunday Times

“With soft guitar tones and an even gentler singer voice [Georgas] turns “That Emotion” into her own fortune cookie slip of truth, doling out comforting advice like a new generation’s Feist.” – Consequence

On August 25th Hannah Georgas will release her new LP, I’d Be Lying If I Said I Didn’t Care on Lucy Rose’s Real Kind Records. Preceded by the release of singles like “This Too Shall Pass”, which Stereogum called “an instant classic,” and the lead single “Better Somehow” which received a best of the week write up from The New York Times, the album is the follow up to her Aaron Dessner-produced 2020 LP All That Emotion, the most critically-acclaimed release of her career to date.

Last month, Georgas announced an extensive run of North American touring in support of Broken Social Scene, and today she is sharing a new run of UK dates and sharing another preview of the record, a track called “Home“.

“I feel like the word home is really emotionally loaded and can mean so many different things to different people,” Georgas explains. “This song is about dealing with feelings of being lost and unsettled, and comparing that to others who seem to have it figured out. It’s about a feeling of estrangement and exclusion, only made even more polarising when you’re confronted with the opposite experience amongst your peers or in the media.”

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