Watch: Georgia - It's Euphoric

Watch: Georgia - It's Euphoric

English indie-electropop artist makes her return with new single & video, announces third studio album ‘Euphoric’

More than three years on from her acclaimed sophomore album Seeking Thrills, a record that was a hit among critics and fans alike (and earned a Mercury Prize shortlisting), English musical multihyphenate Georgia is back with a captivating new single and video combo, It's Euphoric, ahead of her third studio album Euphoric, set for a July 28 release.

Keeping busy over the last few years with not just her new record, Georgia released an incredible cover of Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill on the deluxe edition of Seeking Thrills, before going on to undertake a wide range of collaborations. Working with a diverse list including Mura Masa, Gorillaz, Shygirl and many more (including Shania Twain!), Georgia has drawn on these experiences to craft her new album.

While we've heard the awesome results of many a Georgia collab, for nearly a decade she's also worked solo on her own material, with Euphoric marking the first time she's worked with another producer, teaming up with the revered Rostam (Haim, Carly Rae Jepsen, Clairo), with It's Euphoric our first taste of what to expect.

On her new colloorative venture, including working in a new studio space as opposed to her bedroom, Georgia explains “I wanted an adventure! Being a self-produced musician, it’s easy to get stuck on one thing or in one place.”

Georgia's new album Euphoric is out July 28 via Domino Record Co.

Georgia Euphoric Artwork

Georgia - Euphoric

It’s Euphoric

Give It Up For Love

Some Things You’ll Never Know

Mountain Song

All Night Live

Like We’re Dancing Part II

The Dream

Keep On

Friends Will Never Let You Go

So What

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