Euro dynamic duo, King Hannah announces their debut LP via Indie German record label City Slang. This is set to release February 25 next year, and is entitled “I’m not sorry, I was just being me.”. The roster for this LP includes the following, “ A well made woman”, “So much water so close to drone”, “All being fine”, “Big baby ants”, “Crawling on an apple stork”, “The moods I get in”, “Foolius Ceasar”, “Death of the house phone”, “Go cart kid (Hell no)”, “I’m not sorry, I was just being me”, “Berenson”, and “It’s me and you, kid”.  This is a long time coming since the duo formed last 2017 and have since then came out with their EP “Tell me your mind and I’ll tell you mine”. Which has captured the attention of critics such as The Guardian, Under The Radar, Brooklyn Vegan and so much more.

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With the LP still months away from release, this Liverpool duo comprising of Hannah Merrick and Craig Whittle has fans and connoisseurs alike already stirred with excitement. Who could blame them though? With their smooth, ethereal, witty, and dark style, one can’t help but fall head over heels for this twosome. Songs in their discography such as “All being fine”, and “A well made woman” both included in their maiden LP have managed to capture the hearts with every beat. Both tracks as their upcoming LP would suggest, whether video or audio form exude unbridled unapologetic energy. As if a page from a personal diary, they expose their inner thoughts for all to experience. Lyrics such as “I wanna be a, a Mother one day, Something tells me, In a big, big, big way.”, juxtaposed with Hannah lingering in a dark room with eerie projections of fire burning from the MV “A well made woman” is really telling.

Whilst “All being fine” shares that “When I was a kid. I wet the bed, around, I was around ten.” coupled with a visual of them playing in a vacant farmland in a moody dark sky is honestly brilliant.

Both are opposites, and yet it slaps gently blankly in the face. Reminding that life is not all rainbows and roses. It is gritty, painful, and deep, but with all that it still is beautifully worth living.

With humble beginnings, armed to the teeth with a grungy and fresh outlook at life. King Hannah is set to claim the crown in the music world any time soon and we are all here for it. They are an epitome that being their true selves in the music industry is perfectly fine. Throughout their existence they were truly not sorry, they were just being themselves and we are loving every moment of it.

To preorder their upcoming LP, visit City Slang’s website here. To keep up with their journey, follow them on their Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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