Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Georgia And The Vintage Youth. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I really liked the vibes of their music.
This music catapults you right away into another era.
An era made of Drive-ins, of girls on roller skates carrying hamburgers and milkshakes… the time of Happy Days and Fonzie.
Music that gives rise to a bit of nostalgia but at the same time reassures and transfers positive vibes.
Georgia’s voice is marvelous, in some passages, her voice reminded me of Amy Winehouse.
The Vintage Youth sound very tight and the alchemy is there.
The sounds are sophisticated and the recording of the instruments is perfect. You can feel the soul of the instrument and these little nuances add even more charm to this musical project.
Georgia and The Vintage Youth have already had the opportunity to play on very important stages and you can feel that they are all experienced musicians/artists.
Really a nice discovery that made me want to go and buy a pinball and a jukebox 🙂
Color Blind is Georgia And The Vintage Youth’s Single Out Now!
Vintage music sung by a wonderful voice!
Georgia has not let the lock down get in the way of releasing new music. Momentum was on her side.
In 2019 she took to the road with her retro pop band – The Vintage Youth – playing to thousands on a 50-date support tour, including a finale performance at The Royal Albert Hall.
In 2020, Georgia recorded and released her EP – “Overthinker”.
The sound is fresh with immediate youthful appeal, yet echoes the vocal rawness of Janis Joplin, the energy of Marc Bolan and a nod to Amy Wine house.
After a blistering EP launch party at Paper Dress Vintage in Hackney touring was brought to a sudden end by Covid.
Like many musicians, lock down has been tough for Georgia but with 5 track releases and regular live-streams her fanbase continues to grow. The EP has already gathered more than 250,000 Spotify streams.
The New single ‘Colour Blind’ tells a deeply personal story of handling the highs and lows that live performance brings -with an interesting parallel drawn with the emotions felt by Marilyn Monroe.