Hannah Schneider is a Danish singer and a true vocal visionary with an unusual approach and a spectacular sound.
Signed to Sony/Mermaid records in Denmark and Lojinx in the UK, she has released 3 full length albums and toured in Europe and America.
Schneider is the granddaughter of famed ‘cellist Mischa Schneider, a member of the Budapest String Quartet. Her self-titled debut album was released in Denmark in 2012 followed by "Me Vs. I" in 2012, both self produced. Her 3rd album, Red Lines, is the first to be released in the UK, following the Lay Of The Land compilation EP in 2014.
Schneider co-wrote the song "The Absence of Your Company" with Kim Richey who recorded it for her 2007 album Chinese Boxes. The song was featured in US TV series Grey's Anatomy.
In October 2014 Clash Magazine premiered Dreaming Kind as the first video from her forthcoming album Red Lines. The album was album of the week on Danish national radio station DR P4
Hannah is definitely not scared off by technology. On the contrary, she has found a way to use it actively – and to her advantage – throughout the entire process of making music.