George FitzGerald is a singular voice in electronic music, uniting underground dancefloor progressivism with pop’s cutting edges. Following the release of 2015’s debut album Fading Love and 2018’s breakthrough album All That Must Be, last year he released his third studio album, Stellar Drifting, featuring tracks with Panda Bear, London Grammar and SOAK, and artwork created by the celebrated designer David Rudnick.
Concluding a sold out UK and European tour in October, FitzGerald returned to the studio and this summer will release a new EP entitled Not As I. Featuring SYML, the solo project of American artist Brian Fennell, on the track “Mother”, the EP showcases his continued evolution as a producer, and his ability to reframe his work through new collaborations.
FitzGerald has been a preeminent figure in electronic music for over a decade. After many years in Berlin releasing tracks on labels including Aus and Hotflush Recordings, FitzGerald signed to Domino’s Double Six in 2013 and made the transition from club producer to album artist, establishing a celebrated live show, and working with icons such as Bonobo and Everything But the Girl’s Tracey Thorn. As well as a collaboration album entitled OTHERLiiNE with UK artist Lil Silva, FitzGerald helped produce London Grammar’s 2021 number one album, hosted his very own BBC Radio 1 residency and boasts a remix roster with the likes of Foals, Moby and Jon Hopkins.