Acclaimed indie-pop singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas has just premiered new song “Waste”. NPR Music’s Robin Hilton describes the song as, “a syncopated wonder with pulsing horns” and “a frenetic, horn-powered jam” and goes on to describe her new album as “immediately arresting.”
“Waste” is from Georgas’ anticipated 3rd studio album For Evelyn out June 24 via Dine Alone Records. The single can now be streamed + shared via SoundCloud and is available for pre-order at http://bit.ly/forevelyn. Each digital pre-order comes with an instant download of “Waste”, as well as the first single, “Don’t Go,” and the album track, “Rideback.” Recently, Hannah appeared on CBC q’s Friday Live. Check out her live performance of “Waste” HERE and “Crazy Shit” HERE.
Named after Hannah’s “compassionate, patient, kind and beautiful” 98-year-old grandmother, For Evelyn was produced by Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck), mixed by Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors, etc) and features collaborations with Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and Andy Shauf.
>Since her debut in 2009, Georgas has released two full-length albums (This is Good (2010) and Hannah Georgas (2012)), toured alongside Sara Bareilles, Kathleen Edwards and City and Colour, has had her music featured on HBO’s hit show, Girls. She has won numerous awards and racked up multiple nominations, including four JUNO nods, for everything from Best New Artist to Songwriter of the Year. Her most recent self-titled album received widespread critical praise, including notice at NPR Music, Mojo, the Vancouver Weekly and The Huffington Post, which called her “phenomenal.” For more information, visit http://www.hannahgeorgas.com/.