An emotional and heartfelt ballad, the track builds from an intimately sparse beginning before opening up into soaring, cinematic crescendos which showcase Hannah’s emotive vocals, set against a lush backdrop of strings and piano.
“I wrote ‘Missing The Show’ about being in a relationship waiting for its potential to blossom,”explains Hannah.“Sometimes the idea of the love becomes stronger than the real thing and you miss out on everything you put in. Relationships can be hard and being heartbroken is hard, but the thought of giving up on someone can be even worse.”
An infectious collection of soul-stirring, poignant and uplifting tracks,Remedyfeatures previous singles ‘How True Is Your Love’, ‘With You’, ‘Praise You’ and ‘Blue’, all of which were playlisted at BBC Radio 2, alongside a wealth of heartfelt material that showcases her stunning vocal capabilities and artistry.
The album is a culmination of Hannah’s enviable career to date, which has seen her garner over 25 million streams and win many notable fans including Lady Gaga who describes her as a“superstar”,renowned fashion designer Richard Quinn who invited her to perform at his London Fashion Week show earlier this year, and Dermot O’Leary, who has championed Hannah since inviting her onto his show in 2016, in addition to performing support slots for the likes of Jess Glynn and Hozier.
Following a stellar 2019 – which saw her play her largest show to date supporting Barbra Streisand at Hyde Park – Hannah has gone on to win acclaim from the likes of LOVE Magazine and Vogue, who described her voice and sounding“like honey”.
The album was produced by MyRiot (London Grammar, Birdy), Paul O’Duffy (Amy Winehouse), and Ian Barter (Paloma Faith, Izzy Bizu), alongside Hannah’s frequent collaborator and close friend Martin Luke Brown and Luke Potashnick, who produced Hannah’s first EP.
Remedywill be available on CD, gatefold vinyl and digitally, and is available to pre-orderhere.
Hannah will perform two headline shows in London and Cardiff later this year, with a show at London’s Omeara on October 26thand Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach on October 29th. Tickets are availablehere.
Feels Like Home
Different Kind Of Love
Break The Pattern
Here We Are Now
The Bed You Made
Missing The Show
How True Is Your Love
Bring Me Home
Live Like Love