Georgie Weston debuts with ‘Live This Life Alone’
Liverpool-based musician Georgie Weston has debuted with his melodic new single ‘Live This Life Alone’. Weston wrote, recorded and produced the track himself in his home during the lockdown.
The name Georgie Weston was adopted by the emerging musician George Jenkins to pay homage to his great grandfather, an accomplished jazz painist in the 1930’s. Thus, inspired by the music that his great grandfather loved, as well as following in the footsteps of iconic pianists such as Burt Bacharach, Weston’s debut flourishes with a seamless, classic piano style. In ‘Live This Life Alone’, you are also reminded of the melodic rhythm of Billy Joel, the captivating choruses of David Bowie and the beautiful vocal harmonies of Carpenters.
Yet, for all the warm nostalgia that the track provides, Weston’s music also has the modern touch. His varied list of inspirations also include Childish Gambino and The Last Shadow Puppets. Moreover, with the themes of lonliness and yearning for togetherness, Georgie Weston provides a harmonious narration of current times. Here, we are transported to the locations of warm memories and calls for a second chance in a world that has changed.
In sum, the melodies and charm of ‘Live This Life Alone’ makes for a compelling and dreamy debut. I am very excited to hear what else Georgie Weston has in store, and I hope you do too!
Georgie Weston was born and raised in West Yorkshire, before moving to Liverpool to study at Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. There, he further developed his musical style alongside Eli Smart, Alex Luca and Thomas Guerlet. You can follow Georgie Weston on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
You can check out the lockdown music video for ‘Live This Life Alone’ below. It portrays Georgie donning a blue suit, which is certainly much smarter than any outfit I have worn during lockdown. Enjoy!
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