Premiere! George Pelham Releases Beautifully Stripped Back Acoustic Version Of Latest Single ‘Good Thing Going’

Already a beautiful song, ‘Good Thing Going‘, by George Pelham, is even more so when stripped back to its acoustic bare bones.

The British-American singer/songwriter will at 10am today release the track, accompanied by a performance music video shot in Battersea Park, London – but we can exclusively reveal it now!

George’s crisp and soaring vocals lend to the upbeat and catchy track, and are complimented by the accompanying jaunty melody. Watch the video here:

George Pelham - Good Thing Going (Acoustic)

George recently released his 60s inspired anthem and debut single, ‘What A Time To Be Alive’, which he recorded at Brighton’s Small Pond Studios, with Dan Smith of The Noisettes.

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