It’s safe to say Hannah White has had a very good year.
Starting off as the winner of the best UK song, for Car Crash, at the AMA’s then jumping between some major UK festivals all summer, including Glastonbury.
The rising singer-songwriter who performs alongside her guitarist husband Keiron Marshall, will release her new album Sweet Revolution on November 3.
The release date will be marked by an album launch concert at Bush Hall, Uxbridge Road in Shepherds Bush.
Ms White said: “This is a collection of songs about going from growing up on a council estate, and all of the hopelessness, the sadness and the loneliness, to homelessness and then finding a sense of power through words and music, and becoming an artist.
“This is the sweet revolution in my life.”
The album will arrive on the heels of its first single, Chains of Ours.
Sweet Revolution features 11 new compositions, all written by Ms White, who sings all lead vocals, plays acoustic guitar and occasionally even the didgeridoo.
To see Ms White’s Sweet Revolution get tickets for Bush Hall, Uxbridge Road in Shepherds Bush on November 3.
Picture: Hannah White Picture: Arthur Rene Walwin
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