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Hannah Lucia unveils sleek “Sorry for the Mistakes”

By January 30, 2020No Comments

Following her recent critically acclaimed release ‘Talk in Code’ last year, rising UK R&B artist Hannah Lucia continues her drip-feed of tracks with her first offering of 2020, the jagged and sleek ‘Sorry for the Mistakes’.

Having built a reputation as one of the most exciting and versatile artists on the underground with her tracks ‘Don’t Hold Out’ and ‘Lights Out’ featuring a rare verse from UK rap star Giggs, Hannah returned with ‘Talk in Code” at the beginning of 2019, immediately gaining support across the likes of The Sunday Times Culture, HUNGER and HIGHSNOBIETY.

Sorry for the Mistakes’ sees Hannah pick up effortlessly where she left off, delivering her trademark raw, sensual vocals over a minimal electronic instrumental. Lamenting her own flaws within relationships, it’s a bold, vulnerable return that will continue the interest and attention around this most elusive of artists.

In what promises to be the beginning of a slew of new music from the London R&B star, we’ll hopefully be seeing and hear a lot more of Hannah across 2020.

Check out the new track below and let us know what you’re thoughts are in the comments section.


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