Hannah Georgas announces new album All That Emotion produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner

Earlier this year Toronto’s Hannah Georgas shared a pair of singles “That Emotion” and “Same Mistakes” — the first released in early March just before the scale of our pandemic crises had become clear, the second a month ago at the height of quarantine. The first sampling of a forthcoming collaboration with producer Aaron Dessner of The National, the singles received a rapturous response from outlets like The FADERStereogumThe Line of Best FitClashAmerican SongwriterBrooklynVeganExclaim, World Cafe and Consequence of Sound who dubbed her “a new generation’s Feist.” Today, Georgas is announcing of her new album All That Emotion, a full length collaboration with Dessner that is due out September 4th on Brassland & Arts & Crafts. and sharing her new single “Dreams.”

Listen to “Dreams” HERE

“I have been thinking about what this album represents to me and it is resilience,” says Hannah. “It’s about finding hope and a way out the other side of tough situations. The hardships we go through make us grow into stronger people. The album is about healing, self reflection and getting up again at the end of the day.”

Of newly released single “Dreams” she writes: “In my past, I have let my insecurities play into relationships and have pushed people away because I have felt like I’m not deserving of love. This song explores the idea of breaking down those barriers of insecurity and being more open.”

See the visuals for “Dreams” here.

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