News: Hannah Grae Announces Album and Releases ‘Better Now You’re Gone’

Rising star Hannah Grae has announced her second mini-album as she explores the challenges and difficulties of going through a break-up in her new single “Better Now You’re Gone.”

“Nothing Lasts Forever” will be released on March 15 and follows on from her debut album “Hell Is A Teenage Girlm” which was released in April last year. It will also include her previous singles “Screw Loose,” “Who Dunnit?,” and “It Could’ve Been You.”

Watch the video for the latest single, directed by Lola Webster:

Hanna talks about the inspiration for the new single:

“‘Better Now You’re Gone’ is about that stage of a breakup where you’re trying to convince yourself that you’re better off without them. The song starts in an extremely convincing way, and it’s almost as if I truly believe that I’m better off.

“But as the song unravels, it becomes a bit clearer that maybe that’s not the case at all. It’s such a fun song and it’s one of my favorites that I’ve ever written.

“It’s full of denial and regret; my perfect idea of a breakup anthem. It feels so authentic to me and my chaotic mind, and I can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”

“Nothing Lasts Forever” tracklisting:

1.- The Overture
2.- Typical (The Buttercup Song)
3.- Better Now You’re Gone
4.- Need Me Now
5.- It Could’ve Been You
6.- Screw Loose
7.- Number 4
8.- Who Dunnit?
9.- When I Had Hope, I Had It All

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You can presave the new album here.

Photo courtesy of Megan Winstone

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