“I see you above me with your vicious tongue and your clenched teeth”
23 year old Surrey born artist Georgia Meek shares her deeply personal and emotive latest track ‘Bare’: a story of learning and growth laced with a sense of regret, looking back at a haunting past experience as she sings “it took a lot to free me”.
Having released the electronic and captivating ‘Black Dog’, ‘Bare’ showcases a different side to Georgia’s sound, underpinned by spiralling violins and passionate percussion. The honest, nostalgic and touching track showcases a vulnerability yet emotional maturity, championing a strength in her sensitivity carried by her impressive vocals.
Now based in North West London, the singer/songwriter holds an artistic focus on using her personal stories to connect and raise awareness of issues for women of all ages which arguably, can be heard in this liberating piano led song as she later went on to say: “Bare was a very difficult song for me to put on paper”. We are so glad she found the courage to share her anthemic story. Make sure you check her out on our playlist! Whilst you’re at it, follow Georgia on her Facebook page , and her SoundCloud and keep on the lookout for her next live UK shows listed below:
24th April – Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, London
18th May – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton