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Hannah Grace Drops Shoo-In For Hit Single “How True Is Your Love”!



Welsh singer songwriter Hannah Grace today (18th May 2020) airs the video for her stunning new single, “How True Is Your Love”, which Music Republic Magazine tips for chart success.

Her vocal is pure fire, and the hook gets in your head and stays there. A soulful, funky,  cut which recently premiered on Rylan’s BBC Radio 2 show.

Hannah made the official video to the single at her  home in Wales on lockdown, with help afterwards from Bee Happy Media. Combining a vintage aesthetic with kaleidoscopic visuals, the video sees Hannah perform the track alone to camera.

The video highlights the intimacy and personal sentiment carried throughout the lyrics, and emphasises the powerful message of bravery and self-assurance.

The new song is the latest to be taken from Hannah’s forthcoming debut album due out later this year, and follows the singles “Wasted Love” and her fabulous single “Blue”, which made BBC Radio 2’s playlist and prompted invites for live sessions.

26-year-old Hannah Grace has announced headline shows for this year, and will play London’s Omeara on October 29th and a hometown show at Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach on October 26th. She has previously supported artists such as Seal, Hozier, Train, Hudson Taylor and Lissie on tours in the UK and Europe.

Hannah’s career began in 2013 after she joined Gabrielle Aplin on her “English Rain” tour. The pair released a Christmas EP together in 2018, and it was extended for a 2019 re-release.

Hanna is a former student at the Royal Welsh College of Drama & Music. Her debut  solo EP “Meant to Be Kind” was released in 2014. She is signed to Never Fade Records, a label co-founded by Gabrielle Aplin in London in 2010. Hannah released her second EP “Mustang” in 2016.

Lady GaGa tweeted a video of Grace, calling her a “superstar”, in 2017. In April of that same year, Grace released her cover of the Fatboy Slim song “Praise You”, which was chosen as the soundtrack for a Lloyds Bank nationwide TV and radio campaign.

Grace’s version of the track has been used on various TV shows, including The X Factor and has sold in excess of 60,000 copies in the UK. We predict that number will be chicken feed compared to the future sales of her debut album and subsequent releases….Wanna bet on it?



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