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Hannah Fury


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(1998 – present)

Hannah Fury has been called a “parasol-wielding OutKast” (The Mick) and her music has been described as “unnerving yet simultaneously beautiful” (Pop Matters), “sensitive and imaginative, uniquely vengeful and confiding” (Wears the Trousers) and “beautifully warped” (The Big Takeover). Hannah says she hopes her music sounds like “a carousel in deep, warped space or a carnival under water — something dense and ferocious with thin, shimmery tendrils shooting out from it in all directions.”

Hannah has been writing music since her second year of high school and also began teaching herself to play piano during that time. She continued to write for several years before building a studio and recording her debut EP, Soul Poison (1998).

Since then, Hannah’s output has been erratic in quantity but consistent in quality. She has released two full-length albums as well as a handful of singles and EPs, all receiving high praise from the music press. Hannah’s now-out-of-print album The Thing That Feels (2000) featured several songs inspired by Gregory Maguire’s novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. (Pre-dating the Broadway musical by several years.) The Thing That Feels also included “The Vampire Waltz,” which is the first song Hannah ever wrote, as well as other songs all linked by the theme revealed in the title.


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