Hannah Georgas – All That Emotion [Streaming]

Hannah Georgas released her tragic and beautiful album called All That Emotion which is out on Arts & Crafts (Canada) and Brassland (the imprint co-founded by Aaron & Bryce Dessner of The National).
All That Emotion is 11 tracks bearing her soul of falling in and out of love with tracks like Someone I Don’t Know, Punching Bag and Cruel.
This is her strongest album to date!

About the album:
Hannah Georgas began creating All That Emotion about a year after the release of her celebrated 2016 album For Evelyn by starting with an intensive process of writing and demoing songs in her Toronto apartment, and finishing with a month-long retreat in Los Angeles. She began the record making process in mid-2018 travelling to Long Pond, the upstate New York studio and home of Aaron Dessner, best known as a founding member of Grammy Award-nominated band The National and for his production work with artists like Sharon Van Etten, Frightened Rabbit, This Is The Kit and Local Natives.

“We recorded All That Emotion in concentrated periods of time with breaks in between,” says Georgas. “I had never made an album this way before. It was also the first time making an album outside of Canada which was a really unique experience. It was nice to make solo road trips to Upstate NY from Toronto knowing that the stretch of time recording will solely be dedicated to being as creative and as open as possible. Then last year, I had the opportunity to join The National on the road singing back-ups for them and opening up in a few cities in Europe and North America.”

The writing process for All That Emotion found Hannah creating her most personal album to date. “The album cover is an old family photo. I love the image because it captures this calm confidence. It looks like people are watching a performance and it seems like he’s diving in without a second thought. Similarly, I find that it parallels the approach needed within art. The calm confidence of expressing yourself without the thought of consequence, regardless of anyone watching.”

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