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Hannah Flora Shares Rocky Ballad ‘Hate Sex’

Emerging from Nashville, Hannah Flora is the latest in a series of promising upcomers, boasting intense songwriting and a unique sonic personality. In this case, Flora treats us to a poignant sound formula balancing southern rock, country sensibilities and pop tones, resulting in irresistible musical goodness. ‘Hate Sex’ is the perfect example of that, a charming ballad with an emotive and glorious chorus. Lyrically, the track will resonate with anyone who has ever experienced the pain of heartache.

Inspired by a plethora of female musical icons, the likes of Joni Mitchell and Phoebe Bridgers (among others), Hannah Flora seems to be able to borrow songwriting idioms and guitar distortions, incorporating them into a personal, raw style that seems to have already gained the loyalty of a discreet number of followers. We can’t wait to see Flora growing further, in what we are confident will be a bright and rising career. 

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