British singer/songwriter Philippa Hanna is most beneficial known on her behalf output in the modern Christian genre, and despite developing up inside a musical household in Sheffield — her father Pat Hanna was a touring musician, her brother Stuart Zender was a founding person in the ultra-successful U.K. acidity jazz-funk clothing Jamiroquai, and her cousins Richard and Danny McNamara had been members from the Brit-pop music group Embrace — her musical profession didn’t take keep until she started her faith trip in 2004, when she was twenty years outdated. Consequently, nearly all her lyrics concentrate on solid Christian designs and issues. Apart from her musical efforts, Hanna spends lots of time increasing awareness and financing for several Christian charities. Her debut record, 2007’s Viewing Me, drew plaudits because of its acoustic grooves and Hanna’s talented vocals. Documented in the well-regarded Steelworks studios in her hometown, and made by Andy Baker — who helped break another Sheffield music group, the Gentlemen — Viewing Me discovered itself at the main i’m all over this the CDBaby CCM graphs, and in the very best Three for single female performers. After composing her first publication, Even more — an autobiographical accounts of her obtaining faith as a adult — she came back to the studio room, once again with Andy Baker generating, on her behalf 2009 follow-up Flavor. In a likewise lyrical vein as her debut, Hanna handled upon a variety of contemporary problems highly relevant to her target audience of youthful Christians while keeping a solid groove sensibility. Her 1st appearance around the BBC’s spiritual television program Tunes of Compliment in 2011 preceded another trip to the Steelworks studio room, this time around to record the live EP Out of nowhere. This work encompassed components of nation, bluegrass, and Americana — a departure from her earlier spirit and pop-oriented function. The EP presented several songs co-written with Eliot Kennedy (Spice Ladies, Bryan Adams, S Golf club 7), and another CCM songwriting heavyweight Chris Eaton. Kickstarter was the foundation of her third full-length recording, Through the Woods, which found its way to 2013. Hanna once again drafted Eliot Kennedy’s experience, and the recording, which reached #2 2 on the state Christian & Gospel Albums Graph, additional explored the Americana/nation leanings of her earlier EP. The business lead solitary, “Lighthouse,” received considerable airplay, especially from BBC Radio 2, and was also presented in her second appearance on Tunes of Compliment in early 2013. Her 4th recording coincided with her relocation towards the U.S. Documented in Nashville, 2016’s Rate of Light presented the solitary “Arrow,” and premiered on Richard Madeley’s BBC Radio 2 present. A tour helping Anastacia to market the record was slated for afterwards in the entire year.