With every song, Hannah Aldridge is facing down demons of a life once lived from substance abuse to failed relationships and scars from the lashes of the bible belt. Raised in the extremely religious State of Alabama, Hannah has since her early years felt an affinity to the darkness found in the Southern Gothic themes and has developed a fondness of writing songs with elements of horror brought on by dark thoughts of depression or hopelessness. Finding her calling in exploring these heavy-laden feelings and impulses that we all have, but are typically afraid to indulge in. After her acclaimed ‘Live in Black and White’, Hannah, like everyone else in the world, got caught up in the global pandemic and as such had the opportunity to take stock and return to her home base to begin work for the time when she could return to playing live. As she began working on new music she found herself diving deeper into the harder side of influences, following a path that she’d already taken some tentative steps on, towards a darker, harder, rock influenced set of songs, highlighted by her collaboration with former Godhead leader Jason Charles Miller. That new single, a cover of Godhead’s ‘Sinking’, will be preceded by a digital only release of the 7” B-side ‘Some Ghosts Don’t Make a Sound’, released October 8th.


Dec 4 • Dinton near Aylesbury, UK • Dinton Parish Church*

Dec 5 • Manchester, UK • The Rose and Monkey*…/hannah-aldridge…/11420055

Dec 6 • London, UK • The Half Moon Putney*

Dec 7 • Edinburgh, UK • The Voodoo Rooms*

Dec 8 • Glasgow, UK • The Glad Cafe*

Dec 9 • Aberdour, UK • The Woodside Hotel*

Dec 10 • Bewdley, UK • Music in the Halls*…

Dec 11 • York, UK • 45 Vinyl*…/hannah-aldridge-and-jason…

*With Gustav Sjödin and special guest Jason Charles Miller

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