Georgia Meek’s ‘Bare’ is a ballad of female empowerment

Georgia Meek’s new single Bare made over 100K streams on Spotify in it’s first week. It’s clear to see she’s rising into the industry, after her recent success and previous championing on Radio One.

Bare is an emotionally charged song full of character and powerful lyrics, particularly in the chorus: ‘I wish I could go back, Rescue myself from that, Get some needed wisdom I didn’t have, There’s people like me out there’ showing female empowerment; fitting perfectly against the Adele and Rihanna -esque piano pop ballad.


Georgia has also connected this song to a tale of domestic violence, discussing the ‘vicious tongue and clenched teeth’ and being called ‘fat and ugly’. Whilst this song does comment on serious topics, Georgia shows a resolution with ‘it won’t damage my esteem’ and ‘You can hit my head again against a surface but you’ll never hurt me’.

With its emotionally charged vocal, Bare tells a tale of domestic violence, female empowerment & self-preservation – a piano led pop ballad evoking a style reminiscent of Adele & Rihanna.

Charismatic Georgia has been championed by BBC Introducing on previous releases with plays on BBC Radio 1.  New single Bare has just premiered on top tastemaker publication Clash Magazine.

We’re loving this empowering ballad from Georgia Meek! You can check it out here, and don’t forget to follow Georgia on social media!


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