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Hannah White’s latest album 'Noughts and Crosses' was recently launched at London’s iconic Union Chapel, to a packed, sold-out, crowd in it’s upper hall.
The singer songwriter surprised her fans with more urban-sounding, catchy tunes and banging basslines in a heart-felt and captivating live-performance. Though faithful to her acoustic roots and lyrical integrity the new album is a deliberate step away from her more folky debut Poetry of which Acoustic Magazine maintained “it is only a matter of circumstance that will determine whether Poetry will become the soundtrack to a big Hollywood movie”.
Described by Supajam as being sincere and “the most accessible artist not to come out of The Brit School” Hannah White is what the UK music industry is lacking. An artist with something to say as well as mainstream appeal. Her 28,000 hits on a youtube post of her unplugged performance of one of the album’s tracks Everybody Wants filmed in her bathroom (with comments like “So hooked on this song! This song deserves millions of views” “You’re a big artist” and “Amazing! Get her a record deal”), as well as almost 7,000 likes on Facebook are both testimony to the allure of her talent and her honesty. With a voice that Gary Munday claimed “you will want to protect and become besotted with” Hannah White’s album 'Noughts and Crosses' is an outstanding collection of brilliant songs.