Listen: Georgia Fields - Holding My Hands Out

Listen: Georgia Fields - Holding My Hands Out

The art-pop singer-songwriter unveils her latest gritty yet dainty release, ahead of a forthcoming album.

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From Naarm/ Melbourne comes the soaring melodies of art-pop singer-songwriter Georgia Fields. Making her debut in 2009, Georgia has an impressive collection of releases under her belt, as she introduces us to a new era with her latest single Holding My Hands Out, a vulnerable and fearless taste of what’s to come on a forthcoming album. 

With a steady foundation built by warm and wobbly key’s chords and intricate yet minimalistic beats, Holding My Hands Out’s swirling synth melodies and layers of strings steadily build to a climax, Georgia's vocals taking the lead dynamically as they dance between sincere and soft to powerful and soul-moving. Beautifully composed and delivered between gritty and dainty moments, the release is a testament to Georgia’s abilities as a songwriter and a vocalist.

We can’t wait to hear what Georgia Fields unveils next, but for now enjoy the breathtaking quality that Holding My Hands Out has to offer below. 

Georgia Fields’ new single Holding my Hands Out is out now.

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