Hanne Leland, Underdogs Review
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Born in Norway, Hanne Leland now based in London after a stint in Nashville made the crossover from country to electro-pop in 2015. Hanne’s singles are wildly popular, enjoying nearly 5 million Spotify plays. Even a nod from the legendary girl group All Saints, who liked her music so much that they invited her to open for them on their Red Flag comeback tour in October 2016. The tour sold out, and Hanne joined the girls on ten shows across the UK. Her latest singles “Stay” and “Fortress” were produced by Ellie Goulding producer Jim Eliot, and co-produced and written by Hanne. Eliot is known for producing Ellie Goulding’s breakthrough hit “Anything Could Happen.” Hanne’s new single “Underdogs” is written by Hanne, alongside Nate Williams and Hight, and produced by Hight (Lily Allen, Tom Walker, John Newman). That’s the short of it!
Release Date: Novermber 2, 2018
“Underdogs,” is swirling with high value production and firmly rooted beats. Leland floats atop the melody with a commanding voice, that offers a sweetness and assuredness of legends.