Hanorah Releases Catchy New Self Empowerment Anthem “Long Road”
Written by AZRIL
Hanorah is a translation of the Latin termed Honoria, meaning “honor.” There’s indeed an honorably intense irradiant emotiveness that exudes Hanorah’s newest Alternative Folk Single release, “Long Road”.
Innovation initiated by the likes of trauma is probably the best way to describe this Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Joss Stone inspired singer’s process toward cultivating “Long Road.” Before this new single, Hanorah previously released an EP, “Post Romantic Stress Disorder” along with her first ever recorded single, “Unstuck.” If you’re a fan of Hanorah, you will see that all of her songs are subsequently connected
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“Long Road” triumphantly changes
“[Long Road] is about the dread of returning to a painful past, as well as the power and joy in overcoming it,” says Hanorah. “Therefore, my songwriting process had to be freer. Instead of trying extra hard to pack all my ideas into 15 or 20 lines, they filled themselves up.”
Hanorah’s concerted complaints, requests, and recoveries shrill shrewishly while still being benevolently abiding on “Long Road.” There’s a decorated decisiveness that listener’s will be able to detectably decode, beckoning not just women empowerment, but also, people empowerment.
Hanorah’s creative sojourn isn’t something that should only be coveted by fans of Alternative, Folk, and Pop, it should be appreciated by the likes of everyone. Who she is now, along with who she vows to be artistically on the merit of transcending trauma, seems to be unequivocally and indisputably necessary.