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Vancouver’s Hannah Georgas shares feelsworthy ‘Don’t Go’

Hannah Georgas' 'Don't Go' is a powerful alt-pop exploration, taken from upcoming album 'For Evelyn'. US/Canada tour with City and Colour.

Canadian singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas has nailed it with her latest track ‘Don’t Go’.

A leader rather than a follower of new, soulful synth vibes, Vancouver’s Hannah Georgas will release her third album, ‘For Evelyn’, this summer, named after her “compassionate, patient, kind and beautiful” 98-year-old grandmother.

The first track to be shared from ‘For Evelyn’ is ‘Don’t Go’, a haunting lightning bolt of a synth-driven love song showcasing Georgas’ angelic vocal and ability to craft emotionally-charged, evocative tracks that keenly explore every corner of the alt-pop genre.

Listen to ‘Don’t Go’:

See Hannah Georgas live in the US and Canada, touring with again with friends City and Colour at some shows:
June 17—Toronto, ON—Molson Amphitheatre*
June 20—Portland, ME—Port City Music Hall†
June 21—Providence, RI—Fete Music Hall†
June 22—New York, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg†
June 24—Philadelphia, PA—Underground Arts†
June 25—Kitchener, ON—Centre in the Square
June 28—Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark†
June 29—Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall†
June 30—Madison, WI—High Noon†
July 2—Detroit, MI—Shelter†
*with City and Colour †with Boy & Bear

‘For Evelyn’ will be released this summer on Dine Alone Records. Get ‘Don’t Go’ here on iTunes.

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