Hannah White’s Premiers Her New Single ‘I See Sky’


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Following rave reviews from the Country/Folk/Americana media for her third album Whose Side Are You On and live sessions with Bob Harris, Gaby Roslin & Baylen Leonard, Hannah White has released a new track from the LP. The uplifting I See Sky could be just what the UK needs right now – an anthemic, communal folk-rock singalong powered by slide guitar, gospel vocals & Hannah’s urgent lyrics about hope and unity.

The London-based singer-songwriter’s music draws from a rich well of life experiences as well as an eclectic range of genres. A single mother who’s battled her way to gaining a loyal following of fans whilst maintaining a wholly independent approach to her career, her music is influenced by country, blues, pop and soul but remains distinctly her own. With a voice that can switch from a sweet Nashville croon to a bluesy holler and production work from Roger Cotton (BB King/Paul McCartney) and Gerry Diver (Christy Moore/Tom Robinson), Hannah’s songs have been playlisted on BBC Radio 2, BBC London, BBC Kent, BBC Merseyside, BBC Introducing & Amazing Radio, and she has performed video sessions for Bob Harris and Balcony TV.

With stellar production input from Nigel Stonier (Martha Wainwright/Joan Baez) and her most personal collection of songs yet, Whose Side Are You On? is a defining statement from a talented and versatile songwriter and vocalist. With I See Sky forming a perfect introduction, Hannah’s honest, witty and emotionally raw songs are set to gain new fans wherever they are heard.

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