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Stream Georgia's Gripping Self-Titled Debut Album Exclusively on Noisey

Start your week right with some accomplished sophisti-pop from LDN.
Emma Garland
London, GB

Georgia Barnes is North London-based producer/multi-instrumentalist, who goes by the name of Georgia. The 21 year old is a breath of inventive air - mixing a singer-songwriter intimacy with grimey electro and tribal rhythms that make her both uniquely London and unique in general.

Her debut self-titled abum, which was written, performed, and produced by Georgia in her home studio over a two-year period. Now it can be streamed, listened to, heard and enjoyed by you. It's an energizing burst of percussive sophisti-pop that draws influences from M.I.A., The Knife, and Oneohtrix Point Never. Sometimes dark, sometimes playful, but always gripping, Georgia is a wonderfully idiosyncratic combination of very modern influences. Listen exclusively on Noisey above.

As well as being a bitchin' musician, Georgia also used to play semi-professional soccer for QPR Girls as a teenager and earlier this year she took us on a day trip to the Loftus Road stadium, in London to talk sports and stuff. Read all about it here.

Georgia is out via Domino on 8.7 and if you're in NYC catch her making her US debut this week. First up she plays a super special show with Hot Chip at Baby's All Right tonight (8.4) and then with Hot Chip again at Webster Hall in NYC on 8.5 and then…

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