Georgia and her retro-pop band “The Vintage Youth” have established quite a reputation in their homelands of Essex and London – but that story is about to get bigger.
In 2019 they took to the road, playing to thousands on a 50 date support tour – including a finale performance at The Royal Albert Hall. Major festival appearances included The Isle of Wight, Cheltenham Jazz and Cornbury.
Momentum was interrupted in 2020 due to Coronavirus. But Georgia, signed to NEW management is about to set 2021 on fire, following the successful release of her new EP – Overthinker.
The sound is fresh – with immediate youthful appeal, yet echoes the vocal rawness of Janis Joplin, the energy of Marc Bolan and a nod to the wonderful tones of Amy Winehouse.
2021 sees live shows booked at The Suburbs, The Jazz Cafe. Camden Rocks festival plus main stage festivals at Weyfest 2021 supporting Soul 2 Soul and
2022 sees the launch of new music and Georgia's Debut UK Album with the band touring Germany, Japan, the UK and further plans of a 3 city tour of China.
“PIXIE LOTT has backed a singer with an ‘Incredible voice’ for stardom.. described as ‘refreshingly different’ – Evening Standard
"The evening enjoyed lively entertainment by talented singer Georgia Crandon" - Ray
Massey, Daily Mail
"Essex Girl with a big voice, big blonde hair and a cool little jazz band called The Vintage
Youth" - BBC Introducing
"This girl is super cool" "A Nano second ahead of the Pulse" - BBC Radio Essex