Since the release of her breakthrough debut album 'This Is Good' in 2010, Canadian singer and songwriter Hannah Georgas has quickly become one of her country's most prized exports. With numerous accolades thrown her way for her collections to date, including nominations for Juno Awards and the Polaris Music Prize, her legacy seems to grow stronger with each and every release. And now after a few years of releasing the odd single and EP, she is finally back with her lates full-length effort 'All That Emotion', a record that continues more of that bold and seductive direction.
Produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, 'All That Emotion' instantly sets itself out as a more dreamlike and illusive offering than much of her LPs to date. While maintaining a soft and easygoing aesthetic, levelled perfectly by her own hypnotic voice, the album itself has this extremely deep and rich atmosphere to it. While there is a deliberate intention to create something more mellow throughout, you can't help but notice the sheer level of detail within the instrumentation and production, giving this new full-length a far more textured feel that draws you in and makes you listen far closer than most.
There just seems to be something uniquely special about her latest work. While we know it is just Hannah Georgas doing what she does best, that still hasn't stopped us from feeling genuinely surprised by its sound, with almost every track bringing up something captivating to engage us even more. A masterful return from an artist that just seems to get better and better.