News: Sydney singer/songwriter Georgia Mulligan announces debut album ‘Nothing Wrong’ with new single ‘Paper’ providing an enticing introduction

Sydney singer/songwriter Georgia Mulligan has announced today that her debut album ‘Nothing Wrong’ will arrive on 3 November 2023 through the esteemed Double Drummer label, with a new single entitled ‘Paper’ out today – proving a very nice taster of what’s to come.

‘Paper’ is a silky smooth track filled with many moods – ebbing and flowing on Mulligan’s gorgeous vocals that movie between a soft entreating whisper to something lined with steel and resolve.

Mulligan says of the track:

It’s a tight rock song full of big messy feelings. ‘Paper’ is about those moments when you realise that you are steering yourself through something that will change you. ‘Paper’ is a song for my mother. ‘Paper’ is a song for my mothers. For the people who I have learned from. For aunties, sisters and chosen family. Paper is a song about trying to forgive the people that raised you. It is a promise, or a new oath to take – I forgive what I can, I cherish what I have,

There is a statuesque beauty and raw power in the delivery – wistful and fey at times – with ambulant instrumentation. The track floats like a leaf in the breeze:

‘Paper’ is out today and available to download and stream here.

‘Nothing Wrong’ will be released on 3 November 2023 and you can pre-order it here. Enigmatically, Mulligan says of the album:

I started to believe in Fate. I learned to listen harder for the sounds of the machinations we cannot see… This record contains all I have, everything that I have had.

Mulligan has captured a sound that sits somewhere between PJ Harvey, Sharon Van Etten, and the album promises to be something special.

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