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Heartfelt and absolutely uplifting!
New York native and Miami based 20-year-old singer-songwriter Liv Hanna is back with new sentimental single to kick off the summer, “Back To Hell.” The hot new track is Liv Hanna’s return to the limelight and sets up her upcoming releases, which fans have been yearning.
A mental health anthem, Back to Hell equates Hell with the hellish headspace that many are in or constantly find themselves falling back into. It draws on Liv Hanna’s personal experiences and takes a deep dive into topics such as isolation, rejection, and depression.
“‘Back To Hell'” is a reaction to loss and rejection. It is feeling isolated yet somehow finding comfort in your isolation. It’s sometimes easier to stay in that state until you have the energy and support to come back out of it.”
The songstress utilizes her raw yet polished vocals to evoke the song’s sincerity and emotional tone. She entirely wrote this song highlighting her songwriting prowess and maintaining the authenticity of the powerful record. She enlisted talented producer PJ McGinnis who crafted a vivacious yet mellow instrumental with plenty of transitions, angelic keys, latent drums, guitar breakdowns, and genre-bending sounds. The stripped-down verses and bridge blend well with the lively, catchy chorus.
How do you find solace after a breakdown?
“Back To Hell” may have a somber tone to it, but the song is meant to uplift listeners, make them feel supported, and assure them that they are not alone. Find solace in introspective lyricism, dulcet tones and Liv Hanna’s heavenly voice—a certified superstar in the making.
I’m going back to hell I’m too scared of myself
I won’t let anyone or anything come between us
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The songbird carries a tool kit laden with emotional angst, fermented in Pop, Dark Pop, and Pop Rock sensibilities. Known for her expansive vocal range and clever, resonating songwriting, Liv has garnered attention from countless media outlets including the Metropolitan Magazine.
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