“Hell Is A Teenager” By Hannah Grae
Singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Hannah Grae, has shared “Hell Is A Teenage Girl.” The track was written by Grae alongside producer Rob Brinkmann, explores navigating turbulent teenage years and encapsulates the feeling of finally standing up for yourself and fighting back.
Speaking on the new track, Hannah Grae says: “Hell is a teenage girl. It really is. I left school almost 2 years ago and nothing has come close to infuriating me more than those girls at school. I wrote this song because I needed to retaliate in some way. I sat through so many years of bullying and rarely ever stood up for myself.
I told myself that there will be a better way to tell my side of things one day – and this song is it. It’s fuelled by 18-year-old me, angry, smug and intentionally immature. I needed to be petty, and I needed to get closure. The halfway point of the song signatures a huge weight off my shoulders. I could’ve closed the door on my past and moved on, but instead I decided to blow it up ;)”
20-year-old Hannah began attracting online audiences with her rewrites of popular songs and covers, Merging nostalgic elements of No Doubt, Alanis Morrisette, and The Bangles and modern storytelling lyrics inspired by the likes of Phoebe Bridgers, Paramore, and Taylor Swift
So far, Hannah renforshort and Crawlers. Grae will kick off a run of shows in collaboration with Propaganda, starting at London’s Camden Assembly. This summer, Hannah Grae will be performing at Brighton’s The Great Escape, Focus Wales, 2000 Trees Festival, Paris’ Rock En Seine Festival, Budapest’s Sziget Festival, Madrid’s Mad Cool Festival, and About You Pangea Festival with more live shows to be announced!
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