Hannah Glavor is a Portland based artist with a cinematic range of indie rock revelry and raw folk spirit, clutched together by catching pop elements. She has been on the West Coast scene for the past decade sharing the stage and touring with a broad range of sound like Joseph, Y La Bamba, and Liz Vice. With her forthcoming album (Spring 2024) she has partnered with Portland producer Cameron Spies (Radiation City, Night Heron, The Shivas, Reptaliens) to co-produce a solidly indie rock anthemic masterpiece; each song standing confidently on its own. Blending lush soaring vocals over guitar solos, soulful bass runs, and tight drums; she pulls in sonic references from 90’s and early aughts legends like the Cranberries, the Strokes, and Radiohead as well as present day bands like Soccer Mommy, Julia Jacklin and TOPS for an altogether new but familiar collection of songs. With “So Far, So Long” (2020) Hannah beckoned a new chapter of sound distinct from her former indie folk and gospel days with her partnership with the analog masters at Mason Jar Music in Brooklyn, New York (Feist, Fleet Foxes, Big Thief). Her evocative lyricism, intimate vocal delivery, and enthralling arrangements conjure a compelling and eclectic blend of comparisons from Faye Webster to Fleet Foxes to Feist to Metric. Her songs and mantra have not ceased to strive to give language to hope; having weathered losses, difficult transitions, and surviving a brain tumor in 2017. Her 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.