Honest, agile, and refreshingly self-assured, Georgia State Line’s unique brand of country-infused melancholy yields music that’s equal parts heartsick and hopeful.
The stage moniker of Australian singer/songwriter Georgia Delves, Georgia State Line blends both vintage and contemporary sounds to craft songs steeped in Tennessee sunsets. Delves’ voice is effortlessly colourful, and textural with a depth and grace to rival even the most revered of talents.
It was a life on the road that would prove her greatest catalyst yet. Recorded by James Cecil (Architecture in Helsinki) at his studio, Super Melody World, debut album, In Colour documents Delves’ journey ever since. Every gorgeous aural moment details Delves’ interactions with people she met on the road, and whose perspectives shaped her - for better or for worse.
Shining with empathy, creativity and courage, it’s a release that will further cement Georgia State Line’s place at the centre of exciting Australian music-making.
Labelled as "emerging young hot shots" (Love Police Touring) the group has appeared at National Folk Festival, Out On The Weekend, Australian Music Week, and has opened the show for country-blues royalty, Justin Townes Earle and Eilen Jewell along their Australian tours.
Skyline looks forward to Georgia State Line hitting the stage with big vocals and smooth sunny tunes for the October long weekend.
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