We are very happy that the last performer that we want to announce for our this year’s TEDx event at the University of Luxembourg is Bartleby Delicate.
Getting an invitation to play the first ever show as opener for Giant Rooks or having musician Tom Rosenthal listening to your music in his playlist of hidden gems that’s only part of Bartleby Delicate story.
Starting as singer-songwriter venture, it quickly developed to a unique sound laboratory project of loops and samples, a feigned band led by the solo artist. Whatever you want to call it, Bartleby is Luxembourg’s incorporation of modern folk music combining traditional songwriting with electronic sounds of the present.
Georges Goerens, the nineties boy behind the project who was awarded ‘Best upcoming artist of the year 2018’, mixes his own cocktail made of philosophical phrases, finger picking and electronics which coincidences to what has been described by listeners as calming and healing music.
The Luxemburgish musician that has already supported Rhye, Giant Rooks, Aldous Harding, Tom Odell and Faces On TV. In September 2019 he has released his latest single “Post Love Doubts” and is now embarking on the next journey.