Workout Chat - Georgia Thursting - Part Two

02 August 2014

Workout Chat - Georgia Thursting - Part Two

We grabbed our girl, Georgia for a chinwag and had some burning questions left to be answered so out in the sunshine we found out...



If you were an animal, what would you be?

I’m always comparing people to animals! I’d say an Ant for their characteristics like being small but strong and very determined (have you seen what one Ant can carry?! It’s mental).


If you could meet anyone dead or alive, who would it be?

Amy Winehouse no doubt. 


What’s your annoying habit?

Being a perfectionist I think. If a task pops up, small or important I can’t calm down until it’s done and I always strive to do as best I can, which sometimes means pushing other people a bit too far. I need to learn to prioritise a bit better.


If you were in the Olympics, what sport would you want to compete in?

I’d be in the 100m sprint. I used to run for my school, and I was ALWAYS second fastest. I love the thrill and fast pace of the 100m.


Pick two celebrities to be your parents...Go!

Probably Patti Smith and Ray Davies. They are both incredible people, and seem very down to earth. I reckon we’d have a pretty liberal and fun household. 


What’s something you’re bad at but wished you were good at?

I wish I could draw sometimes. I love looking at visual stimuli to inspire my music, and I have images in my head I’d love to get onto paper, but I’m so useless I can’t even doodle properly!


When you were younger, where did you fancy living when you grew up?

Somewhere imaginary. I loved the idea of fairies and mystical lands. Somewhere where everything is very dreamy and neutral in colour, where you can ride a horse anywhere you go and nothing is bad or evil but everything is beautiful. Narnia was somewhere I absolutely loved the sound of.


What song title best describes you?

I’d say ‘Dancing Barefoot’ by Patti Smith. I’m not saying i’m a hippy or anything, but this title says to me something about not caring what people think. I’ve always been a bit nutty, and never worried about doing what I want to do if someone else doesn’t like it or judges me. I think that’s how everyone should live … in the moment, and free or judgement! 


What does your future hold?

I like to think it will hold a successful music career… by successful I don’t mean a career like Rihanna's, but more along the lines of those like Laura Marling. A career that lasts, and with each record I want to grow as an artist and performer. I want a core fan base that loves not only my voice but the music I write too!


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