Georgia Webster Drops Melodic (and Far Too Relatable) “Push and Pull”

Audrey Brandes

Have you ever had someone who feels perfect for you – they treat you like you’re the only person in the world, they give you all the attention you could ever want, but there’s just something… missing? Georgia Webster’s single “Push & Pull” captures just that, as she sings “I don’t wanna be mean, but lately I don’t feel the same when you come by with flowers every week, and when you write me your love letters, am I going insane? I don’t know why I’m feeling this way when you’re so nice to me.” She coins this phenomenon as the “push and pull:” drawing away from someone when they’re doing everything you thought you’d ever want.

With a storytelling ability like a young Taylor Swift and a sound that intermingles country and pop, the young singer has created a track that showcases her true authenticity and songwriting skills. The melodic single, incorporating soft acoustic guitar, subtle drums, and crooning background vocals, poises Webster as a true musician.

The Massachusetts-based artist grew up in a small town, performing on social media and in local venues. It wasn’t until July 2020 that a clip of an original song blew up on TikTok, and the industry took notice. Georgia Webster has had a whirlwind year, garnering fans across the country with her talent, lyricism, and bubbly personality. She’s a star in the making and her latest drop, “Push and Pull” will surely project her further onto the scene.

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