Georgia Fields’ postcard-perfect pop combines the astral with the ordinary, earning her a reputation as one of Australia’s brightest independent singer-songwriters.

Brimming with an intoxicating melodicism, Fields’ stellar songcraft is equal parts evocative and ethereal, drawing on influences as far-reaching as Greek mythology, lunar folklore and the succulent anatomy of citrus fruits. Her captivating live show is full of wit and wonder: “intelligent, seductive and touched by a vividly-blooming magic” (The Autumn Roses).

In winter 2017, Fields was awarded a grant from The Australia Council to embark on a national co-headline tour with live-looping wunderkind Phia. Their Sky and Sea Tour saw the two unique artists lend their distinctive sound to each other's material in a one-off, fully-collaborative live show – accompanying one another on everything from kalimba to casio, electric guitar to tambourine, at 20+ shows across the country. 

Fields wrapped tour and headed straight into the studio. Her latest offering Afloat, Adrift was recorded live at Newmarket Studios with The Andromeda String Quartet. Breaths between bows and creaks from the upright piano can be heard amongst the lush string arrangements, on what could be Fields’ most intimate and emotionally affecting vocal performance yet. Raw and visceral, yet sweeping with an old-world romance, Afloat, Adrift features new string quartet versions of material spanning her 10-year career. Frankie Magazine premiered the release, proclaiming "Georgia Fields [has] a voice that you simply cannot unhear... The evocative songstress paints entire worlds with her tunes”.

Afloat, Adrift arrived a year after Fields’ celebrated second album Astral Debris, which was awarded four stars by The Age who declared, “Georgia Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor”. Produced with acclaimed electronic artist Tim Shiel (Spirit Level; Gotye; Bertie Blackman), Astral Debris received airplay on triple j, Double J, ABC National and community radio across the country.

Fields first made her mark on the Melbourne music scene in 2007, with her 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.  A string of festival shows followed, and in 2010 Fields was awarded a grant from Arts Victoria to produce her first full-length album, featuring lush orchestral arrangements and a 15-piece ensemble of strings, brass, woodwind, tuned percussion, and even the percussive whirr of a cordless drill. The self-titled Georgia Fields LP was released to critical acclaim, being named Album of the Week for ABC Radio National and Melbourne’s Beat Magazine.

As a string arranger, Fields has composed orchestral accompaniment for many esteemed Australian artists, including triple j darling Olympia, ARIA-award winning vocalist Anthony Callea, and country-soul goddess Suzannah Espie. In 2016 Fields made her debut as film composer with her first original score for feature-length documentary Winter at Westbeth (dir. Rohan Spong). 


Georgia Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor. Darkly-coded collisions of fairytale and myth... Plain speaking love songs, swelling with strings to make George Martin weep... Irrepressible pop. ★★★★
— The Age
Fields’ new album ‘Astral Debris’ is her finest, most expansive work yet.
— The Herald Sun
Georgia Fields is a Melbourne-based muso with a voice that you simply cannot unhear... The evocative songstress paints entire worlds with her tunes.
— Frankie Magazine
Intelligent, seductive and touched delicately by a gracefully- and vividly-blooming magic.
— The Autumn Roses, US music blog
One of our Next Big Things in music.
— The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia has produced yet another great singer/songwriter in Georgia Fields ... Fields is one to watch.
— JMag, Australia
Fields has got one of those voices that just rings true. Once you’re hooked, you never get the feeling she is just making up this stuff – affairs of the heart, mainly – just for dramatic effect… Even as you sing along, charmed.
— The Courier Mail, Brisbane
There is something wonderfully experimental about the way in which Georgia and her musical cohorts jettison a song into the creative stratosphere.
— 'Georgia Fields', Beat Magazine Album of the Week
The land of the whimsical and indie-orchestral quirk is where Melbourne artist, Georgia Fields, resides… It’s in poised vocal and muscular percussion where Fields is in her element – when she’s off the leash yet achieving the balance of melancholy.
— Rhythms Magazine, Australia