Australian singer-songwriter and actress Georgia Flood has unveiled her new single ‘Blue Honey’ and it has such a luscious, enveloping and rich sound that it sends you into a joyous catatonic state. Her voice is like the title of the track: something viscous and mellifluous that flows ethereally around in the head. The the production in the track alone creates endless caverns in the mind with its layers of caressing tones floating between the ears.
Flood says of the track:
There isn’t a clear influence for Blue Honey, even when I sent a reference playlist to my producer Matt Curtin, it was a very diverse list, artists including, Alannah Myles, Fred Again, Róisín Murphy, and Lucinda Williams. This was the challenge of Blue Honey, I couldn’t really find anything that would describe what I wanted to create. My loves are electronic music, pop and country, and with this track we tried to make a blend.
There is almost a country tinge to the delivery, with a pop radiance in the soaring melodies:
A perfect and very sweet additive to life, ‘Blue Honey’ is available to download and stream here.
Starting her musical journey at a young age, taking up the piano, violin and singing as a child, Flood was raised by her parents on a musical diet of classical music, K.D. Lang, Van Morrison and Shania Twain. Flood is also an established and accomplished actress, making her onstage debut with the Melbourne Theatre Company before going on to appear on House Husbands, Wentworth and American Princess, Flood will next be seen on screens worldwide in the Disney+ TV series Nautilus, due out in December this year.
Feature Photographer: Haze Alieu