Released last month, LA-based Brisbane artist Georgia Mae's latest single is titled 'Fools'.
The song came about after a solo writing session in the New Mexico desert. Its luscious soundscape, led by Georgia's supple but commanding voice, hints at flavours of her upcoming EP; raw emotion, sculpted beats, rich layers, real stories.
Now living in LA and writing for collaborators of the likes of Drake, Rhianna and Beyonce, Georgia has released an accompanying video for 'Fools' , which scenestr is able to premiere today.
"For the track, I was going for a lush soundscape with focused, compelling beats. Raw unfiltered emotion is really important to me too. Empowering. All-encompassing energy. Honest, reflective, vulnerable lyrics," Georgia says about 'Fools'.
"In terms of the video, I've always been obsessed with the feeling of timelessness and perspective that nature can inspire, so we kept most of it to natural or deserted locations.
"Being a very vulnerable song about heartbreak and mistakes in love, we wanted to emphasise the feeling of loneliness in expansive environments, but ultimately transition into a feeling of empowerment.
"Nature has always healed pain for me that way, so it was sort of an ode to that."