Hannah’s Little Sister

Agent: Michael LoJudice
Territory: North America / Asia
Label: Heist or Hit

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Hannah’s Little Sister are an erratic ramshackle quartet, loaded with an oddly addictive energy of extravagant surrealism. The Liverpool-based band write tongue-in-cheek art-rock with the abundant enthusiasm of theatre kids, and every visual they roll out is giddy enough to match. Their bright, technicolour jams are always threatening to go off the rails — but, thanks to the band’s commitment to the bit, they never do. Despite their ability to capture the world with a childlike sense of excitement, what they're singing about is decidedly more adult, striving to diffuse palpable rage into raucous amusement. As the band tackles consumerism and capitalism in their lyrics, they’re jumping around like they’re having the most fun in a room that’s burning down around them, and it’s a shamelessly brash statement that only amplifies their playful yet abrasive tone of synth filled junk-pop. They’re an admirably peculiar ensemble, peddling their blistering brand of DIY and blossoming by bridging the gap between the weird, the wrong and the wonderful.

Their latest EP, EP.mp3 was released on the 20th of November with Manchester-based label Heist or Hit, and has earned the band acclaim in their home country and overseas from Stereogum, DIY Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, Under The Radar, Clash, The Line of Best Fit, DORK Magazine and more, to build on historical support from The Guardian and BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders.