Philippa Hanna, the UK’s answer to Taylor Swift is returning to the spotlight with her brand new album Come Back Fighting.
With much of her sixth album being written in Nashville, Philippa has brought together a range of pop, country and gospel influences, assembling an impressive collection of musicians. With features from BBC
Radio 2 presenter Paul Jones on harmonica, world-champion banjo player John Dowling and a
leading UK gospel choir, the album was recorded at Chairworks Studios in West Yorkshire.
Working with long-term collaborators guitarist Roo Walker and manager Andy Baker, the production has a fresh and unique flavour that won’t leave fans disappointed.
From the acoustic-reggae infused Dorothy to the hard-hitting bluesy title track Come Back Fighting, listeners can expect to be drawn into the storytelling narrative that has put Hanna on the singer songwriter map. With covers of Willie Nelson’s classic Always on My Mind and Hank William’s I Saw The Light, the album succeeds in catering for an incredibly broad fan-base that has seen the Sheffield singer open tours for the likes of Lionel Richie, Little Mix, Leona Lewis, Anastacia, and Marti Pellow.
Her first single from the album Off The Wagon kicked off proceedings with a release on Friday 22nd September. The video is out now, and the track available to download on iTunes.
While, the album is set for release on 24th November.Fans can pre-order signed albums and related merchandise from comebackfighting.com in conjunction with Rocket Fuel, the crowdfunding site Philippa helped to launch in 2014.
Alongside that, Philippa is opening a formidable 29 date UK tour for BGT winning vocal group Collabro which will be visiting a multitude of venues. Regional dates include Ipswich and Cambridge, which her own Christmas events starting in December.
For full list of dates, further information or to book visit philippahanna.com.