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Boomkat Product Review:
Brimming with poptimistic promise, Georgia’s sophomore album is a tidy slab of classic-but-contemporary dance-pop lit with guest spots by Shygirl and Maurice, plus guest production by DJ Marfox and Happa.
Where Georgia’s s/t 2015 debut was dance-punky and prone to manicured distortion, ‘Seeking Thrills’ sounds like she’s since grown up in a different set of clubs where vintage M.I.A. is played next to new Charli XCX. Working to a slightly more indie-pop side of those poles, she comfortably slips into a new synth-pop skin that also places her music next to the likes of Annie while keeping her in reach of more rugged, roadways styles familiar to her native UK.
It’s hard to shift the M.I.A. comparison, especially in her chanting, bubbling ‘Ray Guns’ with its co-production by Príncipe’s DJ Marfox, while the likes of her ‘Mellow’ hook-up with Shygirl keeps it up-to-the-second fresh, and the likes of lead ohrwurm ‘Started Out’, and the ‘80s FM pop lust of ‘The Thrill’ sounds like proper classic synth-pop, no less.