Georgia Fields is rounding off a massive year (in which she revealed her first ever film score AND released her long-anticipated second album) with a handful of intimate, solo performances.
On Saturday 19 November, Fields supports indie folk-tronica luminaries Paper House in the launch of their new album 'A Certain Kind of Now' at The Grace Darling Hotel, Collingwood. Paper House are renowned for their genre-bending, dynamic live shows, melding pop sensibilities with raw improvisation. The immersive launch party will also feature live visuals thanks to a collaboration with projection artist Freya Pitt. Tickets are $10 on the door - more info here.
Since it's August release, Fields' album 'Astral Debris' has been steadily garnering praise, with The Herald Sun declaring it "her finest work yet", and The Age affirming "Fields dreams in fantastic Technicolor". To celebrate, Fields is performing in store at Readings St Kilda on Thursday 24 November. Music from 6:30pm, followed by signings. More details here.
Breakthrough is a new gender equality event held at The Town Hall in Melbourne, bringing big ideas, leading thinkers and passionate change-makers to the fore. Georgia Fields is delighted to be performing at Breakthrough on Friday 25 November, alongside a constellation of Australia's brightest feminists, including Tara Moss, Leigh Sales, Judith Lucy, Nova Peris and Rachel Griffiths (to name but a few!). Tickets and full program details here.