Hanorah is a singer-songwriter from Montréal, Québec, Canada. Not too long ago, she released an alternative-rock tune, entitled, “Long Road”.
Hanorah – “Long Road”
“And I’ll build a house too, the kind I dreamed of when I was a little kid. I wanna feel human again, stressed about my job, and chill out on the weekend. I want to see the photographs I left behind. The grass may be greener but that don’t matter if you’re blind. ‘Cause I’m going home, I’m going home but I’m taking the long road.” – lyrics
‘Long Road’ contains a relatable storyline, sweet soul vocals, and guitar-driven instrumentation boomin’ with an indie-rock vibration. Also, the singer stated that the song is about the fear of returning to a painful past, as well as the power and joy in overcoming it.
Hanorah – “Long Road”
Hanorah was born into a music-loving family who was fond of classic rock, psychedelic, and soul music. She developed a passion for Led Zeppelin’s heavy blues and The Beatles’ contagious pop melodies. Also, she became drawn to the music of Etta James, Amy Winehouse, and Joss Stone.
In 2012, she was a victim of sexual assault, which caused her to plunge into a state of deep distress. After seeking psychological help, and reading testimonies by other survivors, she decided to dive head first into creating music.
Since then, she has performed over a 100 shows, had a residency at the Honey Martin pub, and reached the quarterfinals at La Voix, a hit reality show in Québec. Shortly afterward, Le Journal de Montréal placed her on its list of inspiring women to follow in 2018.
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