“All My Friends Need Therapy” – Georgia Meek

“All My Friends Need Therapy” by Georgia Meek is a unique, topical, and relevant pop song full of powerful vocals and dynamic production tricks. Born out of the juxtaposition between a serious message and a nonchalant, cheery sound, this track is the epitome of irony. While you sing along at the top of your lungs, it’s interesting to consider the reality of young adult life and how these common struggles sound draped over an upbeat, light-hearted pop track.

A fuzzy synth introduces the chords just before the entrance of the vocal: “I must’ve been a little distant / Get a little self-absorbed when I’m feeling okay / It’s my turn to sit and listen / Never thought I would see the day.” Georgia’s elegant voice adds brightness to the mix, but the synth-vocal duet doesn’t last long. Drums and background vocals come flooding in, adding rhythmic integrity and warmth respectively. As the energy ramps up, Georgia’s performance follows suit. Her raspy chest voice commands the chorus with authority, making each motif feel solid and absolute. The hook is not only catchy but lyrically memorable. Any 20-something listener is bound to relate. In that way, this track steals the hearts of its audience and lessens the impact of an often troubling life through humor, musicianship, and clever lyricism.

Be sure to give Georgia Meek a follow, a listen, and a download on your choice of social media platform or streaming service! You’ll be glad you got to know such a talented, endearing artist.


Written by Alyce Lindberg

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