Georgia Fields celebrates the release of her highly anticipated second album Astral Debris with a run of shows through August and September.
The tour kicks off with a very special hometown performance on Thursday 25 August, as Fields takes to the stage with her full band and string quartet at The Toff In Town (Melbourne). Support comes from The Twoks and Howlite. Tickets are here.
Fields then heads out to Castlemaine (Vic) for an afternoon gig with special guest Ma Petite at The Bridge Hotel on Sunday 28 August. The matinee show runs 3pm - 5pm, is kid-friendly and free - more info here.
On Thursday 1 September, Fields will deliver intimate solo performance of Astral Debris on the grand piano at Sydney’s 'High Tea' – an exclusive, invite-only series of concerts held in a secret, candlelit warehouse in Surrey Hills. Georgia will be joined by very special guest Abby Dobson. You can sign up to buy tickets via the High Tea Facebook page. (NOTE: THIS SHOW HAS SOLD OUT.)
***JUST ANNOUNCED*** Georgia Fields has added a second Sydney show - Friday 2 September at The Brighton Up Bar, supporting Gabriella Cohen. Doors are at 8pm, and tickets are $12 pre-sale or $15 on the door (if still available). Info and ticket sales here.
Fields then heads to Adelaide for a 'DOUBLE ALBUM LAUNCH' at The Wheatsheaf Hotel on Friday 9 September, with local psych-folk outfit Velvet Moth. Doors are at 8:30pm, Fields will be on stage from 9pm, and it's free entry. More info here.
Georgia Fields steps into a realm of her own with the release of her highly anticipated second album Astral Debris. Ambitious, boldly orchestrated and emotionally rich, the record heralds a newfound assuredness for the Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter.
Featuring a production collaboration with acclaimed electronic artist Tim Shiel (Faux Pas; Bertie Blackman; Telling), a guest appearance from Berlin-based art-pop melodist Phia, and the sweep and splendour of a live string section, Astral Debris is glitter and grunt; shimmer and sweat; lipstick and blood.
“Fields’ new album Astral Debris is her finest, most expansive work yet.” - The Herald Sun
"Darkly-coded collisions of fairytale and myth... Plain-speaking love songs that swell with strings... Irrepressible pop." **** - The Sydney Morning Herald
“Intelligent, seductive and touched delicately by a gracefully and vividly- blooming magic.” – The Autumn Roses music blog, USA
Astral Debris is released nationally on Friday 2nd September 2016 (MGM).