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Hannah Brine

A folk-pop singer-songwriter based in the UK

*Out now*

You & I with Ciaran McAuley, Roger Shah & Hannah Brine

A Piece of My Heart, released January 2022.
Single When You Know, You Know BBC introducing track of the Week, Radio Leicester

Hannah started songwriting in her early teens, and has been likened to artists such as Joni Mitchell, Sara Bareilles and Rumer. She has collaborated with some of the biggest names in trance, including Solarstone, Genix and Ciaran McAuley.

You & I, with Ciaran McAuley & Roger Shah, was the biggest selling trance track in the world (Beatport Trance number 1, April 2022). Hannah

Four of her singles – ‘Circles’‘Look Good in Blue,’ ‘Porcelain’ and more recently ‘When You Know You Know’ – have all been BBC Radio Leicester Introducing Tracks of the Week. She has supported award-winning Irish folk group Blazin’ Fiddles, Ivor-Novello award winning writer Boo Hewerdine, as well as sold-out shows in London, where she lived for 10 years. Hannah writes with no. 1 selling writers both in the UK and in Nashville, USA and has most recently been seen singing backing vocals for Danni Nicholls at the Americana Awards (Troxy, London). 

“That was so beautiful. Completely hypnotising – I feel like I want to have you by my side every night singing softly and everything will be OK.”

Geeta Pendse, The A Word – BBC

Music

Hannah launched her new EP ‘ A Piece of My Heart’ on January 21st with a sold out gig at London’s The Pheasantry. Thanks to everyone who came down and supported. Hannah was joined by Steve Balsamo and Ed Blunt.

Hannah’s band are – Ed Blunt on keys, Tal James on guitar, Sara Farina on bass, James Nall on drums, Katy Ellis on violin and BVs and Imogen Hasley on cello and BVs.

You can listen to Hannah on Spotify

You can watch Hannah on Youtube

You can download and listen to Hannah’s music on Bandcamp.

“She’s written with no.1 selling songwriters in the UK and in Nashville – which explains the pedigree of that”

Dean Jackson , BBC The Beat

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