Photo: Bee Elton
Words: Ellie Ward
After releasing her debut single 'White Lies' in December, Sydney singer/songwriter Georgia Mulligan has just put out her second track, 'Worst Part'. And the worst part is...well, there are no bad parts.
After 'White Lies' picked up interest around local radio in Australia via her soul-sweet vocals, Georgia has worked with producer Ryan Brennan (of Phantastic Ferniture) on this new outing. The three-minute-plus 'Worst Part' is a surfy, twanging guitar gem with melancholic vocals lending an enticing pull.
Initially starting off with a series of covers - such as Antony & The Johnsons' 'Hope There's Someone' and Nick Cave's 'People Ain't No Good', the alt-folk/Americana styled 'White Lies' saw Georgia's emergence into showcasing her own material - and her impressive and distinctive voice.
Look out for Georgia's debut EP due to arrive shortly.
More info: FACEBOOK