"This Unexpectedly Empowering Song Will Make You Feel Like You Can Take on the World: Hannah Gill and the Hours's 'Change in Blue' will be your new anthem" by Isis Briones
Did you just graduate? Will you be taking on a new job or summer internship in a city far away from home? Are you just trying to get though this wild thing called life?! Whatever you're going through, 18-year-old powerhouse vocalist, Hannah Gill, and her band, The Hours, have just the song that will make you feel absolutely invincible.
The bold sultry vibe of their latest single “Change In Blue” is a mix of different genres that will instantly have you hooked. From hints of pop to rock and contemporary blues, the band’s sound is unlike anything you’ve ever heard before. To give you a better idea, Teen Vogue is exclusively premiering a brand-new lyric video of the song today.
"When I first moved to the city I had a lot of freedom. I had never experienced that way of living before and I think the concept really hit me in a way I did not expect," Hannah told Teen Vogue of her initial experience in New York City. "One night out of nowhere I had this overwhelming sense of confidence caused by this newly-found freedom. It was almost like I could do or say anything, almost like some nature high. I felt like the world was mine to conquer."
To convey the message, they took a simpler approach and drew inspiration from the most dominant force of all: nature. As for the gorgeous visual effects? Hannah added that "by having the double exposed imaging you never get a clear view of my face. It adds to the intensity of the song."
The track is part of the group's debut EP, The Water and is guaranteed to empower you no matter what, especially if you sing along to her strong voice and powerful lyrics — which including major howling at the moon. Judging by this track alone, it's beyond exciting to see what's to come in the official album.
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