Hallworth + Teah Lewis present: The Big Adventure Tour
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Born and raised in South London, Hallworth aka Hannah Lloyd has been writing songs since an early age, influenced by anthemic albums on long car rides and a classical music education. Hannah released her debut single, Built To Last earlier this year, backed by The Unsigned Guide who played the song on their Reform Radio show calling it “a dreamy and melodic pop number with a resilient edge.” The more recent Alternative Versions, recorded at home, showcase the more emotional capabilities of the song and highlight her versatility as a songwriter and artist.
After three years gigging around Sheffield with notable gigs including a Paul Young support slot at the 1000 capacity The Foundry and the more intimate Sofar Sounds, Hannah has returned to London, playing BBC Music Introducing Live and Underpass Festival alongside working on new releases.
“This sounds dreamy. You have a new fan!” – Abbie McCarthy, Radio 1 BBC Introducing
“Hallworth is one to watch” – One Great Song Blog
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2021 has seen Sheffield based artist Teah Lewis self-release four new singles on Spotify, achieving 3700 streams across a total of now 5 tracks available online and achieving radio play across BBC Introducing Sheffield, BBC Upload and Amazing Radio. Her music and live performances have also been featured on Where Are Girl Bands, Get In Her Ears and The Clash. Teah has an online following of 1300 across Facebook and Instagram which continues to grow.
In the live space, this has been a really exciting year for Teah, after submitting to the apply to play scheme for Tramlines Festival she was selected by The Leadmill to play The Library Stage (6000 capacity) at the festival. This year has also seen first gigs in Bristol, York and Barnsley which makes tour dates in Hull, Newcastle and Liverpool even more exciting as she continues to build her audience.
Spring 2022 will also see the release of Teah’s debut EP ‘Hold’ which is currently in development.
That song was like being hugged, absolutely glorious’, ‘Good Thing’ reviewed on BBC Introducing Sheffield (Christian Carlisle, BBC Radio Sheffield)
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