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Hannah Everingham


Hannah Everingham is a Christchurch-born indy-folk singer who self-released her debut album ‘Between Bodies‘ in late 2022, then toured it’s release throughout 2023 before eventually relocating to New York City. In January 2024 ‘Giving Up The Dog‘ arrived as a pre-release single for her to-be-released 2nd album ‘Siempre Tiene Flores’, due in March 2024 on Leather Jacket Records.

Siempre Tiene Flores means to ‘always have flowers’. I think the songs might serve as love-letters to those flowers. We recorded this album one dense winter in Ōtautahi, and somehow it became this very warm, almost tropically minded, piece of work. I remember Doug, who plays percussion + vibraphone on the record, brought a whole lot of his homegrown dried fruit along to the days we spent recording and I ate a lot of the dried plums and pears. I’m thinking maybe I can hear the fruit’s presence on the record, the evolution of the flowers.

Hannah Everingham (BandCamp)

Everingham has a rich voice and some lovely lyrical touches – reminiscent of a kiwi Courtney Barnett. Both albums have been produced by and recorded with Thomas Isbister – a regular in a number of local Christchurch indie groups. Everingham has played a handful of support shows for the likes of Ebony Lamb and Tiny Ruins with a backing band that includes Isbister, percussionist Doug Brush and bassist Michael Kime.




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