Last year George Alice deservingly created a whole lot of buzz with her debut single ‘Circles’. Not only did she win triple j’s coveted unearthed high competition, but she also charted in triple j’s Hottest 100 and has already raked in over 5.5 million streams on Spotify alone with the breakthrough single.
Ready to continue building the hype that is rapidly circulating around her, the Adelaide singer-songwriter has dropped the highly anticipated follow up single, ‘Stuck In A Bubble’.
The timely song reflects on feeling unsure and confused about the world around you and the path that you’re seemingly taking. Questioning the what if’s and the loose plans we have made, she creates a very relatable moment for anyone feeling lost.
“Just be quiet for a minute, oh for a minute. Hold my head up right. I’m much too tired to get back in it, to get back in it” she sings during the final moments of the chorus.
Stepping into a brighter indie-pop sonic, this song steps away from the brooding production of ‘Circles’, and see’s her getting a little playful with the DIY foundations. With a similar sound to the recent BENEE material, she gives you this lighter approach that contrasts the moodiness of the lyrics.
This is another huge indie-pop moment that cements her status as the newcomer to watch in 2020 because, George Alice is a STAR!