Georgie Vale is a female artist taking influence from her love of David Bowie, The Cure and more contemporary artists such as Laura Marling, Alessi’s Ark and Lucy Rose. Her sound has been described as 'Folk-Pop with a sprinkle of Jazz and the soft vocals of an English Rose."
With praise from BBC Introducing and past performances at Glastonbury Festival and The prestigious Grand Prix Ball in London as well as dates in France, "Georgie Vale is one of the most professional captivating singer songwriters around. A flawless starlet quality voice is met with a modern approach to folk style guitar playing" - Bladud Magazine. She is currently recording her EP and has just released her first single "As Long As You're Mine" which is available for free download online.
"Georgie Vale - For those who don't know her, she is one of the most amazing singer-songwriters in our city. Warm-hearted, cozy smiling loveliness with jangly percussive chords and lovely lyrics"
- Patrick Sharkey - Promotor, Musician & Event Organiser.
“Georgie Vale is one of the most professional captivating singer songwriters around. A flawless starlet quality voice is met with a modern approach to folk style guitar playing. It's almost as if David Bowie and Joni Mitchell have been working tirelessly away in secret for years with Georgie but the reality is, it is all her own believable songs and beautifully crafted talent.”
— Bladud Magazine, The Bath Chronicle
"There is a feeling of sanguine simplicity about Georgie Vale’s music, but beneath this hopeful exterior there’s a more sensitive side, showing some intelligence and charm."
"Her songs reflect her generation-spanning record collection (or iTunes playlist). You & Me combines the heartwarming lo-fi charm of the Moldy Peaches or The Velvet Underground with an air of accessibility, thanks to more contemporary influences like Laura Marling." - Sam Lee (of The Alfonz), for the Swindon Gazette.
"Vale’s lyrics combine a masterful grasp of poetry, a street wise tongue and the heart of a dreamer to leave the beholder in rapture." - Last.Fm