Georgia Lines

  • Georgia Lines
Georgia Lines

Georgia Lines

With each new release, Aotearoa New Zealand artist Georgia Lines showcases her ever evolving craft and creative palette. The singer-songwriter has enchanted audiences with her effervescent personality, exquisitely soulful, dream-like vocals, and distinctive feel-good R&B-sprinkled pop. Georgia has lyrical prowess, natural poise, and an impressive ability to craft catchy melodies. She weaves together and delivers stories that express the complexity of humanness in an uplifting way.

2022 has been Georgia Lines biggest year yet with winning breakthrough artist at 2022 New Zealand Music Awards and was nominated for Best Pop Artist alongside Lorde and Benee.
Her EP Human debut at #1 on the New Zealand Album Charts and the lead single ‘Faith’ was #1 on the New Zealand Airplay charts for 4-week running.

Both her recorded music and live shows continue to receive rave reviews – capturing the hearts of an ever-growing fanbase, and the attention of media and industry globally. Selling out shows and garnering 3 million Spotify streams to date, are just some of the indications that Georgia is an artist rising to stardom. She has become a familiar name in the Official NZ Chart; heard often on New Zealand commercial and public radio; featured in Rolling Stone and Canvas Magazines and was on the cover of UNO. Her music has been played on MTV AU/NZ and placed on popular Spotify and Apple Music playlists across the globe – including New Music Friday, Chilled Hits, Peaceful Pop, and The Office Stereo.

A sense of soaring is what audiences have come to expect from this talented performer’s show. From sitting angelically at the grand piano for a headline show at the Auckland Museum, accompanied by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – to multiple, often breath-taking, outfit changes – and occasionally, spontaneous crowd-surfing on her sold-out solo tour of Aotearoa New Zealand. Along with headlined shows, she has performed at festivals; supported and performed alongside some of Aotearoa’s most well-known artists; she has even sung the National Anthem at Eden Park (capacity of 50,000), before a televised All Blacks vs Wallabies Bledisloe Cup game.

Georgia Lines has established herself has an accomplished songwriter and vocalist, who collaborates with well-known international writers, producers, and musicians to create the high-quality production she has come to be known for. For her latest five-track EP HUMAN (July, 2022), Georgia worked with an array of NZ talent – Rory Noble (Kanye West, Ruel), Djeisan Suskov (BENEE, Matthew Young, LEISURE), Joseph Faris (Ezra Vine, Ruby Frost, The Shambles), Nic Manders (Brooke Fraser and Stan Walker) – and her first international track with Sydney producer Xavier Dunn (Jack River, CXLOE, Carmada).

In 2021 her single ‘My Love’ was translated into Te Reo Māori by Hana Mereraiha and recorded by Georgia at Roundhead Studios. Tōrere was part of Waiata Anthems Week and accompanied by a stunning Māori Mermaid lyric video. Georgia continues her Te Reo journey, releasing her gently captivating arrangement of Māori waiata ‘Hine E Hine’ in 2022.
In 2020, Georgia released her self-titled debut EP – a collaboration project with Texan producer Abel Orta Jr. The EP includes her 90s-Esque pop-disco hit, ‘Same Things’ – which was inspired by her engagement (to her now husband) and written and recorded in a Houston studio across two days. It placed on the NZ Top 40 Airplay charts, garnered the artist further radio airplay, and solidified her as an artist to watch!