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Hannah Diamond has unleashed the lead single from her imminent new album

Catch Hannah live at Fire in London on 5th December.
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Published: 10:49 pm, October 30, 2019
Hannah Diamond has unleashed the lead single from her imminent new album

Hannah Diamond has shared the lead single from her upcoming album.

‘Invisible’ is an early teaser from 'Reflections' - due 22nd November - and it arrives alongside the announcement of her first ever headline show in London later this year.

Of the video, Hannah explains: “Daniel [Swan, director] helped me bring to life a story where I am working towards creating a pixel-perfect digital version of myself as I navigate feeling inadequate in a world dominated by advertising, fame and stardom. I am perpetually surrounded by screens and on display for everyone to see, but paradoxically feel completely invisible to the one person who I wish would notice me.” On the concept, Hannah elaborates “The ‘Invisible’ world represents a hyper-real reflection of real life, mirroring aspects of my day to day; It explores the processes of constructing my own ‘image’, as I work to completely digitise myself to be remembered virtually forever.”

Watch ‘Invisible’ below, and catch Hannah live at Fire in London on 5th December.

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