Manchester born singer/songwriter Hatty Keane is bringing a soul-filled style to the music industry. Composing motifs that relate to REAL LIFE is was Hatty Keane is all about. Her gritty style and honest lyricism delivers a fresh new connection for her fans to relate to. Infectious melodies and unpretentious verses are what Hatty Keane is known for.
Hatty’s newest release “Freedom” is a bluesy powerhouse anthem. Its gospel influenced undertones give an alluring vibe. “Freedom” is a track about the struggles that people face day to day. Life is tough and Hatty Keane gets that. “Life ain’t fair, you knock me down but I won’t be beat” in this lyric Hatty talks about how the trials in life won’t break her spirit. She perseveres through the struggles of life and inspires her fans to do the same. The catchy piano riff draws the listener in but Hatty’s undeniably spectacular vocals keep them coming back for more. Her charisma and eclectic style come through the speakers and demand to be heard. Although it has a melancholy tone, “Freedom” exudes the confidence we all want to have. Bravo, Hatty Keane! We can’t wait to see what she delivers next.
Check out “Freedom” here and read more below in our exclusive interview.
Hi Hatty! Can you start by telling our readers more about yourself?
I am 24, I have named my style of music 'cinematic soul', I wish I had been around in the 50s, I'm in love with Old Hollywood and retro themes.
What’s the meaning behind the lyrics in “Freedom”?
Freedom is about real people with real struggles. It tells the story of the people who fight every day. They fight to survive, to put food on the table for their kids.
When you were writing “Freedom”, did you write the lyrics or the bluesy music first? How did you match them together?
I heard the first parts of the production we had been working on and it automatically took me on a journey of struggle and pain and I knew thats where I wanted to go with it.
Who are your musical influences? How do they inspire you?
Jacob banks, Sam Henshaw, Amy Winehouse. I'm inspired by the realness of the lyrics and how they are delivered in such an emotional way.
When you’re not making music, what do you do?
I love the gym it really helps me to switch off and makes me feel so strong.