Rising star Georgia Meek got the chance to speak with BBC Radio London‘s Gaby Roslin about her new single Pray on the weekend. A last minute cancellation on Gaby’s show gave Georgia the opportunity to reach out to a new audience with her music. Lyrically, Pray speaks about the singer’s generational dependency on binge drinking and club culture to sustain a feeling of relevance in the current social climate – all conveyed with an injection of catchy synth-pop amidst Georgia’s energetic yet melancholic vocal.

Georgia spoke to Gaby very openly on the show, saying as a writer, I love burying ironic lyricism under easy listening melodies. I feel being in your 20’s is such a high-pressure time and this year I want to put something out there that highlights how we are actually doing more damage than development. I’m not afraid as a 24 year old to admit that I spend all day feeling anxious about building the right career for myself, then all night numbing the fear of failure with booze, dating apps and social media”.

You can hear the interview on BBC iPlayer here (till 10th Feb 2019) and/or listen to Pray and Georgia’s other releases (on Spotify) via the playlist below – Enjoy!