After a hiatus Paterson has come back full force with her new BBC Radio Wales playlisted release ‘Smug and Married’ - a toe tapping anti-love anthem about falling for a straight married woman, cleverly conveyed with bluesy piano, jazz trumpets and self-assuring sarcasm. Paterson is the latest incarnation of South Wales based singer songwriter Georgia Paterson.
Taking inspiration from artists such as Imelda May, KT Tunstall, Melissa Ferrick, Margo Price, Brandy Clark, and her all-time idols The Indigo Girls (who she was thrilled to make a guest appearance with on their recent UK tour) Paterson crafts music that speaks universally whilst simultaneously encapsulating deep personal experiences.
Throughout her career she has collaborated with many distinguished people in the music industry, including Aled Richards from Welsh alt-rock band Catatonia, producer Greg Haver (Melanie C, Manic Street Preachers) and Charlie Francis (REM, The Noisettes). As well as this Georgia has supported Amy Wadge (Grammy Award Winning Co-writer for Ed Sheeran), and appeared at festivals and events around the UK including Oxford Pride, Pride Cymru and Swindon & Wiltshire Pride.