FInd Peace by Hannah Peel
Award-winning multi-instrumentalist Hannah Peel shares the forthcoming single Find Peace, special edition for Christmas.
The track is one of two 7″ records released as part of the 2014 edition of Snowflakes Christmas Singles Club, a small Netherlands-based festive label set up for the love of making limited vinyl just for Christmas. Each single, restricted to 500 copies only and pressed on snow-white vinyl, features an original commissioned composition along with an interpretation of an existing festive track, and Hannah is currently offering 100 limited signed copies directly from her website.
Consistently with her production, a fantastic journey into a super ethereal dimension, well designed to suggest a complete and widespread set of feelings, on ‘Find Peace’, the fifth single in the Snowflakes series, Hannah is joined by renowned electronic musician and producer Benge. Embracing her influences of 60s electronic pioneers like Delia Derbyshire, 80s artists like John Foxx and OMD (both of whom Hannah has collaborated with in recent years), along with current acts like Vessel and Alt-J, the London-based artist harnesses a wide range of vintage analogue electronic synthesizers to deliver a haunting, contemporary Christmas song.
Longing for the cold but merry winters of yesteryear in these current times of global warming, conflict and political tensions, the song mirrors the universal message of the festive season: it’s a tasteful sentiment to the ever-pressing needs of humanity, to ‘Find Peace’ in troubled times.
Definitely, Find Peace is the sound I was searching for to express the unconventional feelings of nowadays, the days I live.
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