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Georgia has dropped another top banger, 'About Work The Dancefloor'

Her latest new track is a little bit brilliant.
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Published: 9:51 pm, March 28, 2019
Georgia has dropped another top banger, 'About Work The Dancefloor'

Georgia's return to action is going Really Very Well. Last year, she dropped two new tracks - 'Mellow' and the bangeriffic 'Started Out' - that started the engine pumping after a period of quiet following her 2015 debut album. Today, she's shifting up another gear with another new offering, 'About Work The Dancefloor'.

A shimmering pop gem, the track echoes the ice cold brilliance of Robyn, but mixes it up into something both interesting and strikingly direct.

“‘About Work The Dancefloor’ is a song written in response to the clubbing culture I experienced in cities whilst touring,” Georgia explains. “Going out and getting that emotion or sensation from a collective energy in various spaces. It’s that stuff of old school disco, the thrill of the dance floor.”

You can check out a video for 'About Work The Dancefloor' below.

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