Surrey-born songstress Hannah Jane Lewis has just released her heart-wrenching new single, Me Without You. The ethereal piano-led track showcases Hannah’s soft yet soaring vocals, and is complimented by her honest and vulnerable lyrics. Of the single, Hannah has said, I wrote Me Without You last summer with the dreamy Katya Edwards in her bedroom, and knew at the time that I couldn’t wait to release it! This song is about missing someone, truly deeply missing someone, and struggling to figure out how to move forward without them. Sometimes we lose ourselves so deeply in a person that if it ends, we aren’t sure who we are anymore. Lockdown has had us pining for people we can’t see, so I hope that maybe this song might make a few people feel a little less alone.” Listen here.
Hannah’s last single Love Letters was added straight into Spotify’s prestigious New Music Friday playlist (780k followers) on its day of release, plus Apple Music’s New Music Daily and Pop Deluxe playlists, and Amazon’s Brand New Music playlist. Watch the lyric video below.
Over the last few years, Hannah has released a slew of catchy tracks which have been streamed over 20 million times including her tastemaker-approved debut Raincheck which was BBC Radio One’s Introducing Track of the Week, and recent fan favourite Not Yours Never Was from last year’s self-titled EP. The singer-songwriter has previously supported the likes of Rita Ora, Jess Glynne and Shawn Mendes to name a few. The sky’s the limit for Hannah Jane Lewis; she dreams of headlining iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden in NYC and London’s O2 Arena someday.
The rising star doesn’t remember a time when she didn’t want to be a singer. Hannah grew up taking singing and dancing lessons alongside learning how to play the piano. At 14, she moved to Florida with her family where she resided for 8 years before moving to New York City. After studying at the prestigious NYU Tisch School Of The Arts (alumni include Lady Gaga, Timothée Chalamet, Anne Hathaway), Hannah returned to the UK to work on her own music.