Georgia English is a songwriter and performer residing in Nashville, TN. Her unique songwriting voice blends the tangled roots of Americana music with a contemporary female perspective, flourishing in the space between humor and melancholy.
English has released two full-length albums, Good Girls (2015), and Learn to Drive (2019), which were highly acclaimed in the indie-music circuit. About Learn to Drive, Comeherefloyd states "The deep and unique songwriting prowess of Georgia can be seen from 10,000 feet up, where the obvious thoughtfulness and execution comes through with flying colors."
English developed her voice and songwriting by busking in San Francisco subway stations as a teenager and learning from seasoned roots musicians. Monterrey County Weekly calls her “an invigorating blend of modern and retro.” Since then, she has shared the stage with artists such as Jim Lauderdale, Joan Osborne, The California Honeydrops, and Son Little.
Currently, Georgia is preparing for the release of her upcoming illustrated album, "Pain and Power," that documents English’s personal healing by following the ancient Hero’s Journey tradition, also known as the mono myth.
The project has two components: a full-length album, produced in partnership with Josh Preston (of Me and the Machine Records), who played all the instruments, and an accompanying physical book containing color-pencil illustrations and lyrics of each song.
The full-length album is set to release July 30th, 2021.