Georgia Fields Announces Mini-Album Afloat, Adrift with The Andromeda String Quartet

Georgia Fields
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Melbourne based alt-pop singer Georgia Fields has just announced a very special chamber-folk project and mini-album Afloat, Adrift.

Fields collabortaed with The Andromeda String Quartet – made up of Natasha Conrau (violin), Ruby Paskas (violin), Susanna Ling (viola) and Charlotte Jacke (cello) – to record Afloat, Adrift live at the Newmarket Studios in just five hours. The result is a stunning, sumptuous and emotional work.

“It was such a thrill to record live,” Georgia Fields explains. “There is that added pressure to get it right… but inversely there is a special kind of magic that materialises when you have a group of people assembled in the one place, listening and reacting and resonating together in real time, dancing ever so gently within the notes.”

To give you a taste of Afloat, Adrift Georgia Fields and The Andromeda String Quartet performed “From This Height” at Sofar Melbourne – watch the live video here:

Afloat, Adrift is due for release on the 10th November. Georgia Fields and The Andromeda String Quartet will be launching Afloat, Adrift at Kew Courthouse in Melbourne, High Tea in Sydney and then at the Theatre Royal in Castlemaine – the full list of dates are below:

Saturday 11th November – Kew Court House, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 16th November – High Tea, Sydney, NSW
Sunday 26th November – The Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC

1 Comment

  1. October 20, 2017 at 12:20

    […] – Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Georgia Fields announced her chamber-folk mini-album Afloat, Adrift in collaboration with The Andromeda String Quartet. Details here […]


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