Photo by Gemma Warren
Toronto's Georgia Harmer is going to have a sound that we cover quite a bit here. Her latest single, "Headrush," has that kinda sorta folk mixed with indie rock and pop sound we love here from artists like Lucy Dacus or Phoebe Bridgers. Of course, Harmer has her very own take on that sound. "Headrush" has a little more of an end of summer sense of melancholy. It's the kind of song that's way too pop to be indie rock but way too odd to truly be pop. Plus, Harmer's vocals are endlessly compelling and engaging. You're going to get lost in her voice and want to hear it as much as possible. In other words, "Headrush" is going to quickly become a favorite around here.
Georgia Harmer says of her new song:
“‘Headrush’ is about wanting to go back to a moment and be completely present. Back to that summer day I didn’t realize was heaven until it had passed, only grasping its potency in retrospect.”
You can watch the video for "Headrush" below. The song is available as a single via Arts & Crafts. For more on Georgia Harmer, check out the artist's website. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.