Hannah Roeves: ‘Pills and Cans’ Review

By Niamh Christian

Lockdown’s been bringing out the creativity in some people, with so much spare time on their hands. Hannah Roeves has really been making the most of this spare time as she has managed to write, record and produce her debut single ‘Pills and Cans’ during it. 


The 18-year-old from Sunderland could hypnotise you with her majestic piano playing and her gentle yet powerful vocals mesmerising. Singing softly in such a compelling way, I had hairs standing on end. Angelic and soulful, you’ll feel transported to a place of magic and wonder. 

A lyrically powerful song about the ‘messed up generation’ and the need for ‘pills and cans’ to feel fine. Emotional and touching, this soul-stirring song is bound to have you awe-struck. 

This being her first released single, it is one full of potential. She’s talented and shows the capability to create beautiful music alone from home, I hope to hear more from her soon.

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