Spilling with tales of melancholy and vulnerability, Georgia Mulligan today offers her impassioned sophomore EP ‘Mirror’ which she’ll officially launch next week at a one off show at Golden Age.Written and recorded in the space of two years on bedroom floors and many recording studios from Western Australia to Sydney, ‘Mirror’ is the culmination of emotions: trust, disappointment, disconnection, hope, anger, frustration and tenderness. Mulligan offers an empathetic explanation, saying “The songs contain my reactions and observations, ‘unfiltered’ but by nature slightly warped – like the reflection we see in a mirror, there is no real ‘true image’ yet we seem to constantly seek it.”Mulligan’s ability to write emotive, vulnerable songs is once again on display alongside her impeccable vocals, full of heartbreak and forever front and centre, backed by simple yet layered arrangements.The full length includes already released singles ‘Mirror’, ‘So Long’ and ‘The Dark’ which have garnered widespread support with profiles on Pilerats, The Brag, Happy Mag, Wickedd Childd and 2SER.
Georgia Mulligan – ‘The Dark’ directed by Hazel Annikki Savolainen
Exploring ideas of emotional tragedy, her debut EP ‘Our Blood To Part’ found fans in radio with adds to rotation on FBi Radio and 2SER, and regular spins on triple j.
At home on the stage Georgia Mulligan’s compelling list of performances includes supporting Julia Jacklin and Eleanor Friedburger (US) alongside coveted sets at Fairgrounds Festival, St Kilda Fest and BIGSOUND 2018. Impressed with her live capabilities, Julia Jacklin invited her to support her on the recent UK tour.
Georgia’s in-the-moment storytelling along with stoic, yet tender voice ensures she stands out in a crowded genre.
Saturday, September 28th
Golden Age, Sydney
w/ Motion Sickness