Last week, Vancouver-based singer Hannah Georgas announced the release of “Imprints”, a 4-song EP made of covers by influential women in her life. Set to release on March 8th (International Women’s Day), the record features music by The Cranberries, Eurythmics, Janet Jackson, and Tegan and Sara, with special guest vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig (of Lucius), Emily King, Montaigne, and Tamara Lindeman (of Weather Station).
The first single, a cover of The Cranberries’ “No Need to Argue” featuring Lucius is now available to stream/purchase here.
About the cover, Hannah Georgas says:
“The Cranberries had such an impact on me growing up and is still one of my favourite bands. There is so much emotion and realness behind Dolores O’Riordan’s lyrics and in my opinion, this track is one of the most simply and perfectly put ‘break up’ songs. I was gutted when I heard the news of Dolores’ passing this time last year. I know I don’t know her but I feel like I did because she helped me through so much growing up listening to her music.”
On March 7th, Hannah Georgas will be performing “Imprints” at Toronto’s Lula Lounge in partnership with Massey Hall and Women in Music Canada, to celebrate self-identifying women and non-binary artists in music.You can learn more/purchase tickets here.
Imprints EP Track List:
1. No Need To Argue (ft. Lucius) – The Cranberries cover
2. Love is a Stranger (ft. Montaigne) – Eurythmics cover
3. That’s the Way Love Goes (ft. Emily King) – Janet Jackson cover
4. Back in Your Head (ft. Tamara Lindeman) – Tegan and Sara cover
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