Hannah Georgas

Music


Events

Date City and Venue Country
November 10, 2021 Brantford, ON, Dominion Telegraph Event Centre Canada
November 25, 2021 Ottawa, ON, National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts Canada
December 9, 2021 Brantford, ON, Dominion Telegraph Event Centre Canada

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Acclaimed indie-pop singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas crafts textured pop songs with lyrics about heartbreak & change, coupled with incredibly catchy hooks.

After her debut EP in 2009, Hannah released three full-length albums which enjoyed acclaim in outlets at home and abroad including NOW Magazine (4/5), Exclaim! (8/10), Q Magazine (8/10) and NPR Music. But in particular, she has become a household name in her native Canada. Hannah regularly performs in legendary concert venues like Toronto’s Massey Hall; headlines on festival bills; and has racked up multiple high-profile nominations, including three for the Polaris Music Prize and four JUNO noms ranging from “Best New Artist” to “Songwriter of the Year.”

Now, Hannah Georgas is evolving into an artist with a more global agenda. On tour, she will build on support slots with The National, Rhye, City and Colour, Boy and Bear and Sara Bareilles. In film and TV, her music has been featured in over 50 placements including an end credit usage in HBO’s Girls and in Degrassi: Next Class, Netflix’s reboot of the beloved Canadian franchise for teens. Her most recent music was Imprints, a 4-song EP released in 2019 to celebrate International Women’s Day and featuring covers of songs by The Cranberries, Eurythmics, Janet Jackson and Tegan and Sara.

Finally, Hannah’s 2019 culminated in her joining The National on their I Am Easy To Find tour cycle for dates in Germany, the United States, Canada, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. She both performed opening slots of her own music and joined the band as part of an all-female chorus, usually alongside English indie darling Kate Stables (aka This Is The Kit). With news of a new full-length forthcoming, expect to hear more from the artist who, as The Telegraph wrote, “evokes the idiosyncratic indie of Feist, and packs the raw, emotive lyrical punch of Regina Spektor.”