It’s better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. That’s the sentiment echoed between the lines of Cairns belle GEORGIAXBYRNE’s dazzling new electro-pop ballad, Sorry, out 16 October.

Nineteen years young with wisdom far beyond, Georgia’s own heartbreak has given her a moment of pause to turn inward, reflect and glean valuable lessons from her experience. It’s a mature approach to heartache that sees her own up to her romantic misgivings and offer the often-elusive closure so many ex-lovers seek: an apology.

Sorry is inspired by a recent breakup, and some epiphanies I had,” said Georgia, who collaborated with popular Gold Coast producer Soft Nylon on the track.

“The song is written from the perspective of someone who can’t put all their love into a relationship because they haven’t loved themselves yet.”

Silky synths and vivid, ethereal vocals help convey this constant battle of trying to love someone when you struggle to love yourself, and the exhaustion that comes along with it. Straddling the precipice between haunting and haunted, Georgia’s honest vulnerability and undertone of seeking forgiveness make Sorry a disarming piece.

The follow-up to her debut single Blank Spaces which caught the attention of Triple J and Triple J Unearthed, Sorry is sure to resonate with a wide audience, and is a song that fans of acts like Mallrat and Fletcher in particular, will appreciate.

Feels the feels and let the emotions of GEORGIAXBYRNE’s poignant new single Sorry wash over you, by streaming the track exclusively below, before it drops this Friday, 16 October.