Hailing from the midlands, Hannah Scott is one of the most promising young alt-pop artists on the scene at present. Her previous work has been hailed by The Guardian, Radio 2 and MOJO. Her live game doesn’t fall short either, having supported the likes of Seth Lakeman and 10cc.
Hannah’s birth certificate says Ipswich, but she would claim a strong affinity with Italy growing up. Spending many years in Tuscany working on an olive oil press (whatever one of those is) led to her eventually meeting writing partner and producer Stefano Del Casa. From incredibly different walks of life, the two musicians began writing and found a creative grove that holds strong today.
The product of this fruitful working relationship is a full album due for release later this year. The first offering from the project is the life-affirming new single ‘Signs of Life’. Think Submotion Orchestra meets Chvrches, with an accessible, electronic pop production. It’s a clever fusion of retro analogue synths and organic piano textures, with an anthemic hook perfect for motivational mornings where you’re not feeling all together there.