Hannah Williams is one of the best soul voices around. She is an explosion of love, lust, longing, anger and everything in between. On “Late Nights & Heartbreak” Hannah is backed by Bristol-based groovers, “The Affirmations”. The album was recorded at Quatermass Studio in London with legendary drummer Malcom
Catto. Catto is known as the leader of cult band The Heliocentrics and has in turn collaborated with Mulatu Astatke, Orlando Julius, Floating Points, Quantic, DJ Shadow and Madlib.The title track Late Nights & Heartbreak has recently gained heavy worldwide popularity thanks to the American superstar JAY Z, who has entirely built the title track of his new album "4:44" around the original composition and has used Hannah's song as a statement of his infidelity, in response to his wife Beyoncé's "Lemonade".
Hannah Williams exploded onto the soul scene with her debut album A Hill of Feathers in 2012. The first single "Work It Out" was an independent hit on the airwaves all over the globe and the official video has garnered over 1.5 million views on YouTube. The story of Hannah Williams seems to be written in lore from day one. Her father was a musically gifted minister and her mother let her join the church choir at the age of 6. Hannah could read music before she could properly read words. Now she's an unstoppable force of incredible, once-in-a-lifetime talent.