Heaven-sent artist Hannah Grace (come on, even her name sounds angelic) has just released her newest track, a beautiful number called “Wasted Love”. The atmospheric track offers comforting support during heartbreak. Regarding the single, Hannah says,“I wrote ‘Wasted Love’ as a message to my past self. The song is about reassuring someone who is heartbroken that no love is wasted, even if it feels like it at the time.”

And nothing is more reassuring than Hannah’s light as a feather, crystal-clear vocals to guide you through the world of delicate keys and electronics that is created in “Wasted Love”. The song is a real beauty; a siren-song of healing. Grace’s perfectly controlled power is displayed through her impressive vocals, her voice diving into its depths and soaring easily into a stunning head voice a second later.

“Wasted Love” precedes the release of Hannah Grace’s new album, which is scheduled to drop in 2020. Grace has rescheduled her London headline show and will play Omeara on October 29th and she has also announced a hometown show at Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach on October 26th.

Madi Toman

Madi Toman

Writer/Photographer at Imperfect Fifth
Madi has been immersed in music for as long as she can remember, both as a creator and a consumer. She’s worked in digital marketing and advertising from a young age and has been in love with all things digital media since. She has always had a passion for writing and photography, especially when the subject is music. In her (not so) free time you can often find Madi wandering around Kansas City, or, when she gets bored of that, the United States of America in her (not so) trusty truck, Bruce.

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