Toronto’s Hannah Georgas latest album is 2016’s For Evelyn. It is a textured pop tour de force that continues a path across musical landscapes that the indie-pop siren has traversed since her 2010 debut. Produced by Holy Fuck’s Graham and mixed by Nicolas Vernhes (Daughter, The War On Drugs), For Evelyn’s songs go from the sparse and subtle to the silly and sublime. There’s sax and synth and songs that range from sparse and subtle to the silly and sublime. Hannah’s fragile yet sturdy vocals are the thread that holds her albums and live shows together.