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Boomkat Product Review:
Georgia's third album is a tight selection of itchy neo-disco A24 pop, like a Brit-pilled Robyn doing New Order covers with Carly Rae Jepson.
There's something garish and vivid about 'Euphoric - hardly surprising that the record was produced by Rostam, who's responsible for tidying up music from Haim, Clairo and Carly Rae Jepson, the latter of whom casts a long shadow on 'Euphoric'. But Georgia doesn't submit entirely to the Scandi-US pop hegemony, she augments just enough rain-y mischief into proceedings to ensure her accent is intact. While opener 'It's Euphoric' sounds like primo radio pop, 'Give it up for Love' is as inspired by Factory Records as Ariana, and although 'Mountain Song' begins like any A24 electro post-'Night Drive' burner, it just about makes room for New Order guitars between the bright analog synths and acidic squelches.
We're pleasantly surprised how much we like this one.