Hannah Eve is a singer-songwriter based in Greater Manchester. Her honest, emotive lyrics and catchy melodies are blended with her diverse vocals. Her songs are sometimes stripped back and at other times, heavier, grittier and played with a full band. Hannah Eve is influenced by many artists and her tastes are eclectic, which comes across in her song writing.
In 2007, she formed the folk-acoustic-rock band The Camarillas with Keith Lythgoe. The Camarillas recorded their first EP ‘Unearthed’ in 2008, the acoustic EP ‘Stripped’ in 2009, the live recorded EP ‘Of Devotion…’ in 2010, and their final EP, ‘Overload’ was released in 2011. An album of unreleased tracks which were gigged, yet never recorded, are in the pipeline. Stay tuned for more updates on the release of ‘In The Embers (2007-2011)’.
During 2011, Hannah and Keith became restless and wanted to create a heavier project with a larger sound. Keith began writing demos for Hannah to arrange the parts, create the melodies and write the lyrics. The band Somnium was formed in 2011. Somnium released their self-titled EP in 2012 and gigged all over the North-West. Their final EP, ‘The Waiting’, was due to come out in 2015 but sadly wasn't finished before the band split, however, there are plans to dig out the masters, tweak and release in 2024!
From 2016, Hannah started recording joke tracks for her family based around childhood memories which were given as Christmas gifts, a trend which continued in 2018, 2019 and 2020. The first year of songs entitled, ‘Family Favourites Vol.1‘, are currently available on Reverbnation, Soundcloud and BandCamp (Family Faves Vol.1). There are plans to release further volumes when things aren't so hectic!
2022 saw the release of Hannah Eve’s first solo EP, Time, which is out now across all streaming platforms with an additional 2 bonus tracks available on the purchased EP (CD or digital). To check out purchase options, please visit the store on here, or alternatively, you can listen and purchase on Bandcamp here Hannah's Bandcamp page.
After Keith had an unexpected hospital stint from October to Christmas 2022, Hannah wrote a collection of songs reflecting that dark period which were planned to for release in 2023, however, just as Keith was starting to feel himself again around Feb/March, he began to feel unwell and was diagnosed with colon cancer at the end of April. He also had a bad reaction to chemo in September, so had to stop, and in October, was hospitalised after they found multiple blood clots on both lungs. Luckily, it was caught in time and they are hoping the lad catches a break for a while (but not a literal one!)
2024 will bring you a lot more of Hannah's work and live gigs!