Georgie Fisher is a singer-songwriter from Sydney, who has made Berlin her home.
Her voice is full and enduring, immediately filling the room. Coupled with her upbeat guitar style, powerful storytelling, and warm charisma on stage, she connects instantly with audiences big and small.
She quickly built a following in her adopted home and abroad. 2015 saw the independent release of her first full length album, 'Big City Howl'. Since 2016 she’s toured extensively in Germany, alongside tours in Switzerland, Italy, France, Luxembourg, Ireland, Denmark, Senegal, Australia, and New Zealand.
2017 saw the release of Georgie's EP 'The Deciduous EP', a small collection of acoustic songs Georgie wrote while staying at her dad's house in Orange, Australia.
In 2018 Georgie turned her hand to production, penning the song ‘Dig Down Deep’ for the feature film 3 Lives. This was a departure from Georgie's familiar style and explored a more grunge oriented sound.
However, Georgie returned to her alternative soul roots in September 2019 when she released her new single, 'Just Be'. The song explores the struggles of a queer woman coming out in a hostile society and is based on a true story Georgie experienced while in Slovenia. Georgie produced the video for the song herself. It was shot in cooperation with Berlin based filmmaker and writer Wolf-Peter Arand.
In June 2020 Georgie released her single, Jackie. While it's a danceable upbeat tune, the lyrics deal with the difficult topic of homelessness. Infused with the spirit of the classic Motown sound, it's an energetic song full of dedication to every person's right to be treated with dignity and respect.
‘Traces of Georgie’s influences can be found throughout Big City Howl: Gil Scott-Heron’s veracious way with words in the album’s lyrics, Lauryn Hill’s soul in its vocals, and Patti Smith’s attitude in its spirit’.
– Emma Robertson, The Talks (DE)
‘A storyteller in every sense of the word, Georgie’s country-soul sound lends itself perfectly to raw, honest, and captivating live performances’.
– Scoop Culture (NZ)