Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas is the new love of your life - and she won't break your heart. Her voice, bittersweet yet as spunky as an indie film heroine, will make you swoon as she sings about love, language and awkward situations. Her full-length debut album, aptly called This Is Good, was produced by Howard Redekopp (Mother Mother, Said The Whale, Tegan and Sara) and Ryan Guldemond(Mother Mother). This Is Good is a warm, whimsical collection of pop-roots songs, but it also offers a hint of Hannah's secret life as a dancefloor diva. 'Your Ghost' is about duplicity, while 'Shine' is a celestial missive initially written for a car commercial. (It didn't make the cut, but did appear on an episode of one of Hugh Dillon's many TV shows.) 'Come On The Dancefloor' feels like an electro-punk number. 'I love to dance and I just wanted to write a song that would inspire people to rip it up on the dancefloor,' she says. Set for release on April 27th, a year of upcoming tours and as of yet untold surprises to come, you can count on seeing and hearing much more of Hannah Georgas in 2010 and beyond.
'It won't be long until her name is uttered in the same breath as Feist and Emily Haines' -- Metro, 2010
'It's tough to imagine the 'industry' turning a deaf ear to this Newmarket raised, Vancouver-based firebrand's mercurial, emotionally naked power-pop.' -- The Toronto Star, 2010
'Mark my words: Vancouver's Hannah Georgas will become Canada's next big pop star.' -- UR Magazine March/April, 2010
Vancouver's Hannah Georgas and her unnervingly flawless four-piece band whisked through commercially viable indie pop that blends Emily Haines confidence with Feistastic quirk.' -- NOW Magazine