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‘INTROS’ Episode Five: Georgia Lines Meets Bexy

Hosted on Rolling Stone AU/NZ for the first time, ‘INTROS’ sees Georgia Lines sitting down with her favourite female and non-binary artists for a relaxed kōrero

Georgia Lines and Bexy


Georgia Lines’ popular music web series, INTROS, is being hosted on Rolling Stone AU/NZ for the first time this year.

The new series of INTROS features Lines sitting down with her favourite female and non-binary artists for a relaxed kōrero. Each episode focuses on the artist’s chosen song, delving into the story behind the song and the process of writing, before the artist will treat viewers to a live performance.

In the fifth episode of season three, Lines interviews Christchurch indie pop singer-songwriter Bexy, who’s been described as a “dark horse” in her home country’s music scene.

“Dark horse” won’t be an applicable term for much longer: Bexy already boasts over 20,000 monthly Spotify listeners and counting, with her sultry vocals and moving lyrics attracting over 12 million streams on the platform.

After finding her feet in music within Dunedin’s fertile live music scene, Bexy became a member of the band Lacuna, who embarked on a national tour and even played the iconic Rhythm and Vines.

But Bexy always viewed her future as a solo artist, and she recruited Auckland producers Ambian and Sleo for her enthralling debut solo single, 2019’s “Wish We Had History”.

Since then, her sound has grown in strength, with Bexy emerging as a truly modern artist, uniting fashion, visual art, and music into a wonderful collage (“songwriter – artist – fairy,” reads her Instagram bio).

Bexy had a handful of prominent releases last year, including a collaboration with MACEY and her cathartic standalone single “Screaming in Your Doorway”.

In episode five of the new season of INTROS, which you can watch above, Lines and Bexy explore life and music in a thoughtful conversation. The latter also performs a stunning song for the host and her viewers.

Lines, meanwhile, recently released her tender new ballad, “Grow Old Without You”, which you can listen to here.

Subscribe to Georgia Lines’ INTROS series here