Hana Lili has announced her debut EP, ‘Flowers Die In The Window’ – check out new track ‘Don’t Try To Call Me’ now

The EP is set to arrive on 29th October.

Welsh-born, London-based newcomer Hana Lili has announced her debut EP ‘Flowers Die In The Summer’.

Due for release independently on 29th October, she’s celebrating the news with a new track from the EP, ‘Don’t Try To Call Me’.

Speaking about the track, Hana explains: “I wrote this song in the middle of lockdown, all my communications were through my phone. I sat in my room for days on end, and the phone was the only means of communication. It was a frustrating, sad and lonely time for a lot of people. I recorded a guitar loop and sampled it. The sampled guitar riff runs through the whole song; it’s perpetual and reflects the emotions of a groundhog day. I wrote about the feelings of isolation, loneliness, and paranoia. Ironically it’s the most upbeat song of my EP.”

You can check out ‘Don’t Try To Call Me’ below.

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