Hannah Campbell is an artist from THE GOLD COAST.


Hannah is a warm, discerning, and joyfully vulnerable storyteller recently moved from Melbourne to The Gold Coast. Her style of indie-folk echoes of folky acoustic roots whereby she writes to unpack stories of failings and hopefulness, desire and emotional vacancy, and some unspoken truths in-between.

Her performances are dynamic in their emotional intensity, with her trademark undercurrent of honest humility keeping audiences enthralled. Ranging from one set of originals to three sets of mixed originals and covers, Hannah can keep a room alive through lunch, dinner, or relaxing afternoon drinks.

Hannah’s latest single Run Like Wolves received high praise from Triple J’s Roots N’ All presenter Nkechi Anele, who said “Her voice is just one of those old timey voices that could be from any generation. It’s just got this magic to it - similar to Didirri and Angie McMahon… that’s why I really really love that song.”

In 2017 Hannah secured a sync deal for her unreleased track called ‘Sunshine’ with NAB’s social media campaign for environmental sustainability ‘Little Steps’. In 2019 Hannah secured another sync with her song ‘Blue’ to ‘The Big Winch’ - an audio visual installation in a remote visitor centre in Central Australia. She has gigged regularly around Melbourne and the Gold Coast, supporting successful and emerging artists like Bradley Stone, Jess Deluca, Connor Black Harry, Famous Will, and many more. Hannah made her festival debut in 2018 at Perisher Peak Festival, and she is now gearing up to release her next single East Coast Dream in 2019.