Hannah Paris Releases New Single ‘Bang Bang’
Bang Bang is the sensational new single from London based Country artist Hannah Paris.
Bang Bang is the 2nd single release of 2020 for Hannah, coming hot on the heels of Frontline Fighters, which was a track recorded and released in record time during the early days of the Covid-19 lock-down.
Bang Bang is a totally different beast altogether.
Using the same studio/producer combination (Black Barn Music) as her 2019 hit Lost in the Wind and Frontline Fighters, Hannah brings in the full band for this recording and she doesn’t spare the horses!
Having performed the song live, many times. Hannah’s audiences know the full story, including all the hurt and all the betrayal. And boy, the studio really pull out all the stops on this track. Its been said by “people” that this production could be a game changer for UK Country.
Yes, as you would expect, the vocals are rich, the guitar riffs soar and the drums are huge; but listen to the lyrics, every last word. This song happened for real; was it was painful? You betcha.
Bang Bang is out on 26th June, all platforms with a video to follow plus new music every 6 weeks throughout 2020.
Hannah Paris is a London born, British Country-Pop Artist. This talented singer-songwriter has a sound that fuses many elements of Pop and Rock with heavy influences of Country Music.
It was during the Summer of 2017 that Hannah hit the headlines when her début EP ‘Short Stories’ climbed the iTunes UK Country Chart reaching the top 10 from nowhere. It was an impressive debut. Since then Hannah has become one of the most successful unsigned artists on the UK country scene.
Hannah has graced many live stages, playing for audiences at many iconic venues including The Green Note, Notting Hill Arts Club and the Hard Rock Café. Hannah and her band have played over 50 festivals, reaching a pinnacle playing to thousands on the Hard Rock Stage at the Isle of Wight Festival in the UK.
Hannah will be releasing 5 singles throughout 2020, the first one dropped on 15th May, called Frontline Fighters. A very unplanned song, inspired by the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting hopes and struggles.