George FitzGerald – Incomplete Dreaming –
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George FitzGerald – Incomplete Dreaming

George FitzGerald – Incomplete Dreaming

George FitzGerald’s new single, “Incomplete Dreaming,” marks another standout moment in his career, following the energetic “Gleams” and his collaborative hit with Elderbrook, “Glad I Found You.” Stripping back to basics, FitzGerald crafted this track with only a computer, one synth, and a delay pedal. The result is a lush tapestry of soaring strings and sweeping beats that captivate from the first note, showcasing his deft touch in electronic music production.

“Incomplete Dreaming” has quickly become a favorite in live performances, promising to be a summer staple. FitzGerald’s minimalist approach highlights the sense of freedom that comes from limiting creative tools. “There are so many different ways to create sounds these days that it can be completely overwhelming,” he reflects. “I was thinking a lot about the era where people wrote entire detailed records with just a sampler. The sense of freedom you get from limiting your options is in this track.”

This single not only underscores FitzGerald’s talent for creating evocative soundscapes but also his ability to connect deeply with his audience through both innovation and simplicity.

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