Hannah Cameron unveils evocative new single ‘What’s It For’ and reveals album release details
Hannah’s delicate vocals and soft fingerpicking have been placed over a brooding tenor sax laid down like a tablecloth that could be ripped from beneath a china setting at any moment. Commenting on love, relationships and our public and private selves, the song ebbs and flows like a slow-motion playback of a life – precarious yet powerful.
“We live in a world where there is this growing pressure to make our private lives public. It’s become a bizarre way of validating our relationships and I suppose that this song was my way of trying to articulate the absurdity of it all.” – Hannah Cameron
In her short time releasing and performing music as a solo artist, Hannah Cameron has opened for the likes of Broads, LULUC, Leah Senior and Coda Chroma, as well as sharing stages with local outfits The Hunter Express, Officer Parrot, Jacob Diamond, The Royal Parks, Colour Bomb, Love Migrate and more.
Hannah will release her second record I Lay Where You Lie on Friday 8 June. Until then you can catch Hannah Cameron playing around town at a bunch of local shows this autumn.
Upcoming ShowsSaturday 28 April
The Bridge Hotel, Castlemaine
‘What’s It For’ is out Friday 6 April via iTunes / Bandcamp / Spotify.
I Lay Where You Lie is out globally Friday 8 June.