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It's 'True' - Hannah Diamond is back with a brand new single

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Published: 9:55 am, November 16, 2018
It's 'True' - Hannah Diamond is back with a brand new single

PC Music queen Hannah Diamond is back with a brand new track.

Titled 'True', it's her first new material proper in almost two years. It's the pre-cursor to a debut album, 'Reflections', set to arrive next year.

"‘True’ is like the ultimate emo HD power ballad," she explains. "it’s really about the fantasy of my last single “Make Believe” crumbling before my eyes and the realisation that this thing that I thought was true love really wasn’t what I was projecting it to be in my mind.

"It’s about being disappointed in someone else’s actions, but also disappointed in yourself for not seeing things for what they truly were. It’s about being able to look at the “Make Believe” era from a distance – I’m in a different place and I’m looking back at it like I’m a different person to who I was back then."

You can check out 'True' below.

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