Hannah explains the meaning behind the track, “Nobody should call themselves a nobody, but sometimes we do – this song is about an internal battle to believe in yourself.”
To celebrate the news of her debut album, Hannah has hit the road on a very special headline album preview tour across the UK, which kicked off at the weekend in Glasgow and has completely sold-out. Full dates below.
One of the most successful independent artists online, Hannah Trigwell has made a huge impression worldwide with her own YouTube channel. With over 500,000 subscribers on the platform alone and millions of views across her videos, Hannah has already secured a string of top ten international singles, including Number Ones in Laos and Vietnam.
The Leeds singer-songwriter began her career at just 17-years-old, starting out busking on the streets of her hometown. Now, in her early twenties and a global artist who has toured around the world, she is supported by BBC Introducing and was crowned the ‘Best Unsigned Artist’ award in the Online Music Awards.
Hannah’s exciting rise, as a truly independent phenomenon, is set to continue with more new music and live performances coming throughout 2018.
OCTOBER ALBUM PREVIEW TOUR
15th – Glasgow, Old Hairdresser’s
17th – Brighton, The Globe
18th – Nottingham. Bunker’s Hill
19th – Newcastle, Surf Café
22nd – Leeds, Headrow House