PREMIERE: Jeorgia Rose – ‘I Will Still Remember’


We’re delighted to bring you the exclusive first-listen of up-and-coming UK artist Jeorgia Rose’s debut single, ‘I Will Still Remember’!

Hailing from Cheshire, England, Jeorgia discovered an instant love for music when she began learning the piano aged 6. She made her stage debut the following year and had written her first song, Missing You by the age of 9. A multi-talented musician, Jeorgia grew up playing the piano, harp, flute and guitar. 

After being discovered by Grammy award winning writer Femke Weidema and mentor Neal Handforth, Jeorgia has worked hard to develop her songwriting and performance.

Jeorgia wrote I Will Still Remember during a lockdown writing session over FaceTime with Femke and Neal. Inspired by a summer romance, the lyrics look back at all the memories shared together with the realisation that as the summer comes to an end, so too will the relationship.

“I’m excited (and a little nervous) for people to finally hear this song. The recording process was fairly smooth, for my first time in the studio. At first we had to find a mic that suited my voice, and I trialled a few. The music was recorded in Nashville which is like a dream come true for me. The song tells the story of a summer romance that comes to an end as autumn comes around… it’s a love song with a twist!”

Check it out below…

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