Hannah Hesse is a songwriter and singer from France who got into the spotlight while working with the underground band Stupeflip.
Today, Hannah Hesse is dedicated to built a solo career. Influenced by modern americana, kletzmer and melancholic indie, she produces rich and mournful songs. Her sensitive pop style is full of the deep and universal emotions of the modern life. Her aerial velvet voice raises the hairs on the back of your neck, because Hannah Hesse magically conveys all the angst of her song’s heart-wrenching messages.
Her addictive and impressionistic music mixes traditional instruments and cutting edge innovations. She recently collaborated to the soundtrack of a stirring short movie directed by Dalya Guérin (Repetition, 2016) and on the promising first album of Norman Would (Out of the blue, 2017).