Hannah Georgas Hannah Georgas… Water feature! (Image: Justice Mclellan)

Showcase: Hannah Georgas

Published on October 28th, 2013 | Jonny Abrams

We dug the sultry pop stylings of Hannah Georgas’s self-titled third album, so we winged over some questions to find out more about her…

How would you describe your music, if pushed?

Emotional Pop music.

Where are you based, and what do you use to record with?

I’m based out of Vancouver. If I’m recording at home, I use GarageBand. If I’m in a studio, I usually use Pro Tools.

Are you signed to a label? If so, how did you come to their attention?

I am signed to a record label based out of Toronto, Ontario called Dine Alone Records. They discovered me through a mutual friend and also through the Canadian music scene.

Is there a full album in the works? If so, what can you tell us about it?

My new self-titled record is coming out in the UK on November 25th. A fellow named Graham Walsh who fronts an electronic band called Holy Fuck produced it. You should have a listen! I am currently working on new material as well.

Where can we hear your music online?

You can download my new record here: smarturl.it/hannahgeorgasUK

You can find my music on my website at www.hannahgeorgas.com.

Got any gigs coming up?

I’m heading out very soon on an eastern Canadian tour. You can find all of my upcoming tour dates on my website.

Are there any obscure and/or up-and-coming acts that you’d like to recommend or give a shout-out to?

A band called Drawn Ship and another band called Mesa Luna. They are, both based out of Vancouver and are making great music!

Finally, if you were forced to spend the rest of your days in solitary confinement, but were allowed to bring the entire works of five different artists along to tide you over, whose would you choose?

Michael Jackson, The Beatles, The Cranberries, Radiohead, The Cure.

Hannah Georgas, thank you.

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Editor of Rocksucker and the website's founder, Jonny is passionate about the music he listens to, both good and bad, as well as interviewing his favourite musicians.