Independent musician, songwriter and arranger
Georgia Fields’ postcard-perfect pop combines the astral with the ordinary, earning her a reputation as one of Melbourne’s brightest emerging artists.
The eclectic songbird has performed with a string section from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, appeared on television’s RocKwiz, and once sung a duet with grunge pioneer Kim Salmon on the Queenscliff Music Festival main stage. Most recently, Fields collaborated with acclaimed electronic composer/producer Tim Shiel (Faux Pas; Gotye; Bertie Blackman) on her second album Astral Debris.
From ‘chamber pop’ to ‘indie-orchestral’ and ‘high priestess of disco-pagan pop’ – no matter what you call her, Georgia Fields bends genres and claims hearts.
Fields made her debut in 2007, with the independently released EP Drama on the High Seas of Emotion. Each cover was hand-made from a vintage Little Golden Book, and Fields soon sold out of three re-pressings.
Georgia has been engaged as a keynote speaker at several music industry conferences, including Face the Music (held at Hamer Hall), and the Telstra Road To Discovery ‘Boot Camp’. She has guest lectured at NMIT, RMIT and Melbourne University, and co-hosted shows on Triple R Community Radio. A transcript of her presentation for celebrated literary event ‘Women of Letters’ was published by Penguin.