Genre-blending singer-songwriter Georgia Webster introduces her new sound and puts her stamp on situationships—”relationships without commitment, ultimately leaving one party confused and heartbroken despite the reassurance of feelings from the other”, defines Webster—with the announce of her third project, SIGNS, out May 31st (PRE-SAVE/ADD HERE). Finding inspiration from Olivia Rodrigo, Kelsea Ballerini, Kacey Musgraves, and Lennon Stella, who all share the empowering female perspective of broken relationships, Webster laments the “will they, won’t they” feelings she encountered while previously navigating young love.

Working alongside renowned producer King Henry (Sasha Sloan, Justin Bieber, Major Lazer, Beyonce), Webster developed a more mature sound that captures the essence of her cross-genre influences and new direction she is looking to go as an artist. A writer on all but one track, Webster showcases her well-rounded artistry through her piercing vocals and storytelling lyricism.

The eight-song collection features the previously released tracks, “Attention” and “Delusional,” and Webster’s most recent collaboration, “This Ain’t A Breakup (feat. Nightly),” out today


“I wrote ‘This Ain’t A Breakup’ about a situationship that ended last year. This guy and I had been going on dates and doing all sorts of relationship-type things, but we never put a label on it. When he ended it with me, it felt like I was going through the worst breakup of my life. As I was feeling all the emotions, I thought of the lyric ‘if this ain’t a breakup, then why am I broken?’ and took it to the studio with some of my friends later that week.

When the song was finished, I couldn’t help but feel as if something was missing—especially since Connor Moye, one of my cowriters on the track, sang on the original demo—so I reached out to Jonny (Nightly) to hop on it with me. I have been such a fan of his for a while so I am very excited that he agreed to it and cannot wait for everyone to hear how it came out,” says Webster.


  1. Attention
  2. Delusional
  3. This Ain’t A Breakup
  4. Jupiter
  5. Town Talks
  6. Wedding Song
  7. Life Before You
  8. This Ain’t A Breakup (feat. Nightly)


Keep up with Webster on Instagram, X, TikTok, Facebook, and YouTube to learn more about her upcoming plans for 2024.



A native of tiny Hampden, MA, Georgia Webster grew up listening to a variety of music —from

John Mayer and Miley Cyrus to Taylor Swift, Keane, and Eva Cassidy—finding a particular

interest in the workmanship of singer-songwriters. Getting an early start in high school, Webster

began developing her craft by performing around her hometown and writing journals full of

original songs. Drawing inspiration from Olivia Rodrigo, Lennon Stella, Kacey Musgraves,

LANY, and more, Webster developed a unique sound that combines her cross-genre influences

and storytelling lyricism.

Wanting to fine-tune her craft even further, Webster attended the prestigious Berklee College of

Music’s songwriter camp, where her natural talent blossomed. Shortly after, in July 2020,

everything changed for the musical prodigy when her song “Tell Your Mom” became an instant

viral hit. Webster’s success brought impressive offers from pop and rock record labels out of

New York and Los Angeles, but her instincts told her working out of Nashville would allow her to

stay true to herself as a singer-songwriter with small-town roots.

Webster teamed up with songwriter and producer Paul DiGiovanni to create the studio version

of “Tell Your Mom,” which was featured on her debut EP, First Goodbye. First Goodbye is

notably comprised of all self-penned songs and obtained critical praise from multiple outlets,

with People deeming it “a treasure of an album” and Sweety High noting that it “brings us back

to Taylor Swift’s country days.” She also spent some time touring as the opening act on Ingrid

Andress’ tour.

In September 2022, Georgia Webster released her latest EP, Chapter 1: Things We’re Not

Saying, featuring 6 brand new tracks from the rising star, including the previously released track

“X’s,” which garnered the attention of Kelsea Ballerini. After hearing the song, Ballerini invited

Webster to join her as direct support on Ballerini’s HEARTFIRST TOUR, which made stops at

iconic venues throughout the US and UK.

Now embarking on an “electrifying musical evolution” (Entertainment Focus), Webster has

joined forces with renowned producer King Henry—known for working with Sasha Sloan, Justin

Bieber, Major Lazer, and Beyonce—to hone in her sound, resulting in some of the “most exciting and authentic music” the songstress has crafted to date.

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