The Rescue Rooms archives: 2016


  • Monday 26th September 2016
  • Supported by: TBC

2016 Hannah Grace

Hannah Grace returns with her fieriest record yet; Mustang is the title track from her upcoming EP - out 15th July on Never Fade Records. The release comes ahead of her first UK headline tour.
The rising star grew up in South Wales, with music always playing a major part in Hannah’s life. Her music draws upon soul, folk, jazz and pop influences - such as artists Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks, Lianne La Havas and Florence Welch.
Hannah’s muses are well reflected in Mustang. With her fierce vocals and gripping guitar riffs, it’s impossible not to take notice of the young singer.
Of her new material, Hannah says "We live in a world where we are often expected to satisfy narrow definitions of who we are and what we want. ‘Mustang’ is about freeing yourself from those expectations, being yourself, and gladly accepting that nothing is Black and White, life and many colours are in between."
Hannah first came to the scene in 2012, and soon grabbed the attention of fellow musician Gabrielle Aplin, she was swiftly signed to Aplin’s record label that year. She went on to release of her EP Meant To Be Kind - with one of the tracks Broke being selected by iTunes as their ‘single of the week’ in 12 countries.
Having support from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and featuring on BBC Horizons, Hannah previously recorded a live session at BBC Maida Vale studios where she debuted new material from her forthcoming EP. Hannah Grace, now 23, is anything but shy when taking to the stage. She’s now a regular on the UK festival circuit, and has previously joined Gabrielle Aplin and Hozier on their UK and European tours, respectively.