GEORGIA MAE Releases Pop Heartbreak Anthem ‘Let You Go’

Rising Australian singer-songwriter Georgia Mae has released her brand new single and official video for Let You Go via Lemon Tree Records/Sony Music Entertainment Australia.

Georgia explains the song: Let You Go’ is about moving on from a shitty relationship. One of those ones that’s like a reoccurring nightmare. It’s about letting go of the late nights, the stupid lust, the fighting and the crying. About standing up for what you know is best for you, and getting rid of that person that’s only causing you drama. It’s a song about moving out of the dark and into the light. I wanted it to be a bop and empowering, like almost a celebration of finally letting someone crap go.”

The upbeat anthem brings Georgia’s signature story telling to the forefront once again, through her unfiltered yet colourful lyrics that illustrate her emotions and experiences. The song is accompanied by an official video, highlighting Georgia’s confidence and artistry – watch the official video here.

Let You Go is the follow up to 2020’s Bad People and stunning bedroom-acoustic Soul Like This – no doubt setting Georgia up for what is sure to be a big 2021. The Brisbane songbird continues to evolve her unique musical flair, bringing her musical warmth to life through her emotional pop lyrics and creating a space for human connection, joy, reverie and escapism via her music.

Georgia Mae is a fiercely switched-on songwriter and producer. The Brisbane local wrote her first song at age four, where she developed a love of music and passion for song writing. Since graduating with a scholarship from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with a degree in Music Technology, Georgia has released six singles, played multiple shows across Australia and has been nominated for Queensland’s ‘Most Promising Female Songwriter’ and ‘Best Female Pop Artist’ at the Queensland Music AwardsGeorgia’s aptitude for music, sound and instrumentation has taken her across the world to San Francisco and Los Angeles; from working in sound design at the esteemed Skywalker Sound, to working as a writer and recording artist for US TV Shows like Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and most recently at Warner Bros. Studios.


Thanks to Sony Music Entertainment Australia

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