Georgia June Taps Into Anthropophobia In “Don’t Leave Me Hanging Out To Dry”

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Sydney band Georgia June taps into our anthropophobia – fear of rejection – in new single “Don’t Leave Me Hanging Out To Dry,” an emotional and upbeat indie rock piece that crescendos to the vulnerable corners of our fears. Taken from their upcoming debut EP, the track soars with hypnotic riffs that dives into our fears but with a lighthearted touch:

Speaking of the single, Georgia explained: “There’s no hiding behind the subject area of this song. It was written about my perpetual fear of abandonment and unrequited love. I like to cover up my disappointment with lots of jokes and knee jerk reactions instead of bearing the brunt of my emotions. The reality is no one likes being let down or being left behind and it’s actually okay to be disappointed by someone.”