Ahead of her first live performance in Adelaide as George Alice at the upcoming Wine Machine, the teen breakout star spoke to Glam Adelaide about how her life has changed since winning Triple J’s Unearthed High 2019.
Winning the award for her debut single ‘Circles’, George Alice has also released the stunning video this week.
‘Circles’ has climbed to #1 on Australia’s viral charts for over a week, holding its place in the top three on the viral charts for over a month in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland, hit #31 in the WORLD on Spotify’s GLOBAL discovery chart and sat at #2 the top ten of Triple J’s most played, winning her the cover of Spotify’s ‘Front Left’ playlist.
“It’s cool meeting people that I never thought I’d be in the presence of let alone them knowing who I am.”
Directed by Daniel Bolt and choreographed by Zoee Marsh, the video was completed in a matter of days, with friends and colleagues all putting together their efforts.
With her life changing pretty dramatically, the 16 year old artist has been going to meeting after meeting, booking shows left and right. In the process meeting a range of other artists.
“Tones and I rang me once and that was really cool.”
“Everyone’s got each other’s backs which is really nice to see. I never expected it to be like this. I thought everyone was super divided.”
Joining headliner Hayden James, Hot Dub Time Machine, The Jungle Giants, Owl Eyes, Crooked Colours, and more at December 7’s Wine Machine at Serafino Wines.
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