Hattie Whitehead, - Old Soul FLAC album
Title: Old Soul
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Hattie Whitehead - Ups and Downs 03:57. Hattie Whitehead - More Than That 05:21. Hattie Whitehead - Old Soul 03:10. Hattie Whitehead - I'm Seeing You Now 02:58. Radar: Acoustic 2 - Hattie Whitehead. Ups and Downs - Hattie Whitehead.
Hello old friend, it’s been a while is the opening of Hattie Whitehead’s new EP Old Soul. The old friend she refers to in her song Ups and Downs is her guitar, but it could just as much be an opening statement to her fans. It’s been three years since the Richmond-born singer songwriter released her debut EP Home, which led to radio play on the BBC and Amazing Radio, and a sell-out gig at St Pancras Old Church in London. Since, she has performed at a raft of festivals such as Latitude, Secret Garden Party, Wilderness, Field Day and Cambridge Folk.
Old Soul has finally arrived! I really hope you enjoy listening to it and find something in there that resonates with you musically or lyrically More.
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Artist: Hattie Whitehead. Hattie Whitehead - Old Soul. Hattie Whitehead - I'm Seeing You Now. Hattie Whitehead - More Than That.
Hattie Whitehead Inspired by the earlier sounds of folk artists such as Nick Drake, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell, Hattie Whitehead takes influence from both old and new music, drawing upon the eclectic range of musical styles she has been surrounded by throughout life. Over time and a range of musical experiences Hattie has developed a style that is melodic, soulful, heartfelt and often unpredictable. Home, released 27 February 2015 1. This Ship 2. Home 3. Confused and Untied 4. Sonny 5. Twenty-Three 5 track debut EP from Hattie Whitehead. Mike Watts An absolute jewel of an album, beautifully produced with Hattie's fabulous voice to treasure in all five tracks.