An intimate lyricist and distant sounds, a strangely perfect conflict of interests. This relationship is a subtle exploration of balance: to be so distant, you had to be as close, and vis versa. The lyrics have a selfish meaning behind them, saying “here’s to the things you love, hell to the rest of us.” She tells us those who love will have a tough go of it, but we can only love for as much as we have been hurt.
Hannah Reid has been on the rise for a few years now, but she’s finally now allowing the music to control her songs a little bit more instead of them being 100% lyric driven - and Hell to the Liars is an example of what friendship can do. As soon as she starts singing I get goosebumps, and her lyrics pierce straight to the soul.
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About the curator - Nick Malpezzi
Nick Malpezzi is a lover of nature, cats, beer, and music. When he’s not at his day job he is recording artists, working on films, writing music, taking pictures and enjoying life. He believes complexity is derived from simplicity, which is seen in his musical tastes and original productions.