Hannah Grae has dropped a new, Halloween-themed single, ‘Who Dunnit?’.
The new track follows the release of recent singles ‘It Could’ve Been You’ and ‘Screw Loose’ and whilst it’s been billed as particularly pertinent for spooky season, it bears the self-taught musician’s typical pop-punk sound.
Have a listen to the new track via its suitably eerie video below.
Discussing the new track, the 21-year-old has shared:
“‘Who Dunnit?’ was an experiment for me. I wanted to write something without putting any pressure on it sounding a certain way.
“I didn’t want to think about it being a single or playable for radio. I literally just wanted to write the most ridiculous song possible. The initial main reference for it was actually ‘Heart of Glass’ by Blondie, which is so funny in retrospect.
“The concept is about people not taking me seriously. As a 5ft, baby faced, big mouthed pocket rocket, I often feel intimidated and overlooked.
“This song is a statement against that. I listen to it whenever I need to feel empowered and strong. I honestly can’t remember writing it and I can’t quite believe I did.
“I listen back, and every time, I’m surprised. I hope those who listen to it feel as epic as I do when I listen, and I hope it soundtracks their Halloween.”
Hailing from Port Talbot in South Wales, Grae has had a packed summer, playing at the likes of 2000Trees, The Great Escape, Reading & Leeds and plenty more besides.
With over 150,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel and 272,000 on her TikTok, there’s evidently a growing appetite for her tunes – for Halloween and beyond.
And check out the ‘Who Dunnit?’ artwork below.