Georgia Lines Shares New Single ‘I Got You’

New Zealand singer and songwriter Georgia Lines has just shared her brand new single I Got You, a neo-soul-infused piece of R&B music reflecting on change, loss, acceptance and letting go. 
I am a fan of Georgia's exquisite, soulful vocals which are packed with so much heart and effortlessly command the listener's attention to her storytelling. Co-written and produced by Djeisan Suskov (BENEE, Matthew Young, Mitch James, LEISURE), I Got You is reflective of Georgia’s growth mindset in navigating the challenges of pursuing a career in music during a pandemic. This is a song about learning when to let go and is wrapped around a memorable production that feels like a warm embrace. Apart from Georgia Lines' rich, soaring vocals, I am particularly fond of the intricate piano keys that are nicely intertwined with dreamy, atmospheric strings which float over a chilled groove, making this song perfect for a laid-back, introspective day home alone. 
Accompanying the release, Georgia Lines has shared its self-directed music video which beautifully embodies the song's warmth. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Georgia Lines said,
At the time there were so many things in my world that were changing, including dealing with the grief of losing a family member. It felt like life was becoming a game of giant jenga with so many pieces being pulled out from under me, whilst trying to hold everything together. ‘I Got You’ is about the process of learning to let go, whilst continuing to hold onto the few things that you know to be true. Covid has required loads of adaptability, positivity and constant changes in perspective. The biggest mindset shift that has helped me navigate this unknown, has been the conscious decision to make sure that every part of the journey is enjoyable. For me, keeping this perspective along with having an incredible support network, has helped me navigate through the hard yards and all the challenges that Covid has brought to pursuing a career in music.