Big guitars and an even bigger chorus
Vicky Greer
13:42 23rd September 2022

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Welsh songwriter Hannah Grae has shared ‘Propaganda’ this week, her pop-punk dissection of social media cultureand the effect that it has on the people that use it. The singer has performed at Liverpool’s Sound City this year and is set to appear at Reeperbahn Festival, Neighbourhood Festival and Live At Leeds in the coming months.

Merging the punk edge of Sleater-Kinney and Bikini Kill with more modern pop artists like MARINA and even Taylor Swift, Hannah Grae is going to appeal to a wide range of music fans. We dare you not to scream along to the chorus.

She said of the track: “Propaganda’ is a modern take on how social media effects people. I wrote it because I wanted to have a song that represented how young people feel about social media, but I wanted to show it in a way that felt fun and lighthearted. I love a slow ballad but there’s a time and place for those and sometimes shouting ‘Propaganda’ at the top of your voice over and over is the best way to get people engaged”.


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