HANĀ releases her new track and video 'Tell Me Tomorrow'

Electro-pop artist HANĀ has released her new single 'Tell Me Tomorrow' which is out now, along with a video for the track.

Originally from Cumbria but now based in Manchester, 21-year-old HANĀ wrote her first song aged 14 after being taught to play the piano by her father, and after practicing performing arts at college, she is now studying songwriting. 'Tell Me Tomorrow' follows previous singles 'Traitors' and 'Demons & Lies', which introduced HANĀ’s conscious electro-pop sound to the world. 

Inspired musically by fellow pop artists such as Gabrielle Aplin, SIGRID and Astrid S and influenced by the world today, 'Tell Me Tomorrow' was written on the piano and is about the emotions surrounding war. The video was filmed back at home in Cumbria at Lake Ullswater and features her brother who is a former member of the army cadets. HANĀ says;

“Tell Me Tomorrow tells the story about a loved one leaving to fight for his country. Always been told that he would never leave her side, she has to learn to live without him. She is soon told that he will not be returning home for longer than they initially thought; afraid to face reality, she refuses to listen saying, Tell Me Tomorrow.”

HANĀ is currently in the studio working on new music and will be announcing further releases soon. She will be performing her first live show at Liverpool’s Sound City on 4th May. 

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