Navigating the currents of contemporary folk and loop-oriented electronics, upcoming singer/songwriter Bartleby Delicate keeps a sharp focus on the narratives he weaves into his forward-thinking compositions. Georges Goerens, the self-proclaimed nineties boy behind this project manages to cut through the blogosphere simply by being good at what he does. As the feverish expressionism of his visuals suggests, the music plays in a field of its own, earning him accolades from Tom Rosenthal and live performances all across Europe (SPOT, Reeperbahn Festival, WAVES Vienna, The Great Escape) in the process. His upcoming EP “Deadly Sadly Whatever” out May 14th showcases a cinematic quality that stretches the limits of imagination. Building on the polyphonic expanse of this voice, field recordings merge with subtle arpeggios and melancholy piano chords, all driven forward by the underlying pulse of a human heart. Capturing the contradictions and lust for life of millennial tension, Bartleby Delicate's voice provides the light that gets in through the cracks of everyday life.