Hannah Clive is a BBC Introducing in London artist of whom respected British Music journalist and BBC London DJ Gary Crowley said:
“How impressive is that! My producer Ollie nodding along approvingly there – and why wouldn’t you – it sounds so accomplished! New music from the very talented singer songwriter Hannah Clive. That wouldn’t sound out of place on this radio station (BBC Radio London), Radio 2 or any of the others as well!…” [Listen HERE ]
She has since been invited on BBC Radio London’s Gaby Roslin Show to perform, been interviewed on BBC Sussex and Surrey, BBC Three Counties Radio and appeared on the number one web-show in the world: America’s Jimmy Star Show with Ron Russell going out to four million people on radio and webTV.
2018 has seen her play Camden’s legendary Nambucca alongside Gary Numan support acts Nightmare Air, IAMWARFACE and Tim Muddiman and The Strange. Quickly snapped up by music publishers Wardlaw Music in May, 2018 is set to bring further new releases including an eagerly-awaited musical collaboration with friends IAMWARFACE and further summer appearances including Into The Wild Festival.
2017 saw her win Artist of the Year at Canada’s Starlight Music Chronicles magazine in a Judge and fan-based vote, further extensive global radio play including BBC Introducing and an interview with Limehead Radio, as well as runner-up in Radio Wigwam’s Best Female Artist music awards.
Her long awaited new single REMEMBER TO BREATHE released to critical acclaim at the end of 2017, received yet more airplay from BBC Introducing London the week before Christmas with DJ Crowley remarking: “It’s songs like that that are winning Hannah Clive friends all over the world.” The track has won Track of the Week and been included in ‘Top 40 for 2017’ and ‘Tip For The Top’ Charts for various indie radio stations and is receiving global airplay and accolades from all quarters of the indie music scene. Summer 2017 included a successful clutch of British festival circuit gigs and her final 2017 performance was a homecoming performance to a sell-out crowd at Twickenham’s Cabbage Patch for Teenage Cancer Trust, supporting friends IAMWARFACE and pals, raising over £1200.
An influential voice has emerged on the British indie music scene and her name is Hannah Clive…seriously, is this a contender for song of the year? Hannah Clive’s ‘Remember To Breathe’: About Encouragement, Advice and Compassion… – Music Interview Magazine, New York.
Music matters to Hannah Clive. Whether it’s her songs, her tweets as a music and media Commentator (#HCHQ ☞ @hannahclive), or her music articles as a Music/Band Interviewer – Hannah strongly believes in supporting good quality fellow artists.