Distant Shores

Hannah Glavor

Distant Shores by Hannah Glavor
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For fans of:Feist, Liz Vice, Lumineers, The Oh Hellos, Branches
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Description

Hannah Glavor is an Portland based singer-songwriter with a cinematic range of indie pop and folk rock.

Distant Shores is Written and Produced by Hannah Glavor
Based on the written work “I Went Down” by Karyn Thurston

Her solo single releases (2019) beckon a new chapter of sound and give language to hope; having weathered losses, difficult transitions, and surviving brain surgery. Hannah's cry for peace and hope, even in the worst of life's storms, is an invitation for all to fight to see and love others around them.

Hannah launched her career in 2010 with the release of her debut EP "O MY WANDERING HEART" (2012) offering a delightful sample of tunes; giving tune to light in spite of our darkest days. Harkening to the tender harmonies of bands like the Beachboys and Fleetfoxes, Hannah weaves her strong melodies, honest lyrics and addicting rhythms into our very core.

With the release of "Halcyon" (2013) and iteration of her family band, Hannah emerged from being a solo artist into leading a mature musical collective. With their powers combined, they demonstrate their impressive musical range coupled with raw authenticity.


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released March, 2019 

Written and Produced by Hannah Glavor 

Based on the written work “I Went Down” by Karyn Thurston 

Performed by: Hannah Glavor (Acoustic Guitar, Vocals), Tim Glavor (Electric Guitar), Matthew Halbert-Howen (Bass, Piano), Makenzie Halbert-Howen (Vocals), Joe Greenetz (Drums) 

Recorded/Mixed/Engineered/Mastered by: Alex Chapman (PNW Mastering) 

Recorded at Stone Bear Studios in Newberg, Oregon December 2018

Additional engineering by Ryan Short, and Brian Harvey at Singing Sands (Portland, Oregon) 2019 

©2019 Hannah Glavor Music (ASCAP) 

Artwork Design and layout by Hannah Glavor, photo by Zach McKinley

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