Making his debut back in 2019 with the release of his single Sound Of My Youth, rising British singer-songwriter Jamie Hannah has been capturing the hearts and ears of listeners all over with his enchanting vocals and emotive soundscapes. Going from strength to strength over the past several years, Jamie has already amassed an impressive 961K+ streams on Spotify alone, and is set for another incredible year this 2022. Now back with a brand new single and his first release of the year; last Friday, the talented artist delivered the latest taste of his unique “ethereal cinematic pop” based artistry with the release of his exciting new offering and dazzling single, Flowers.
A poignant and emotive new track, Flowers delivers a stunning narrative that is all about embracing one’s vulnerability and brings along with it an introspective and reflective energy about love, life, and personal growth. Embracing the universal quest to find love, and the ups and downs that come along with it, the relatable narrative and expertly crafted lyricism is placed seamlessly alongside a bold, yet delicate, soundscape that perfectly embodies the sentiment behind the track. Beginning with a gentle piano-led melody, the soft and minimalistic instrumental is accompanied by subtle string elements and a pulsing rhythmic beat that runs throughout. Alongside the new release, Jamie also followed up the single with an equally beautiful and heartfelt music video for the track; the visuals a perfect reflection of the emotion the song projects. Set against the backdrop of stunning gardens and fields, the video sees Jamie out in nature amongst the flowers as he delivers a captivating performance of the song.
The first song taken from his forthcoming EP, there is lots of exciting new music on the horizon for Jamie Hannah. And with another sensational year ahead, make sure you don’t miss out on what’s to come from the talented artist. To keep up with Jamie, and all his music news and releases, make sure to head over to all his socials: @justjamiehannah