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Photo by Kaylee Nocturne

Hannah Schzde ("Sheez-dae”) is a singer/songwriter and violinist born and raised in Mexico City and now based in Boston, MA. Rhythmic and contagious, Hannah draws the majority of her musical inspiration from her roots and culture, leaning heavily onto Latin percussions and colorful lyrical metaphors that blur lines between reality and imagination. 

“My music can be described as eclectic indie pop; I draw elements from very different genres including the rhythmic sounds of Latin America, the earthiness of folk, and the electrifying sound of pop,” Hannah explains.

Her self-titled solo project: “Hannah Schzde” debuted in 2018 with the single “Ni Una Más,” a Latin-folk protest song created to raise awareness and funds to end gender-based violence and discrimination. In October of 2020, Hannah released “Will Let You Go”, an anthem of personal freedom and a sonic hybrid of musical theatre and Latin rhythms.

In “Shine", released in 2021, Hannah Schzde sheds light on the similarities between the effortless beauty of nature and that which is innate to all of us, both inside and outside. Through smooth violins and a ukulele loop, “Shine” it’s an uplifting and empowering song that inspires listeners to really believe that “we are all here to shine.” 

Hannah Schzde’s first love song “Fonder” will be available on Spotify on March 3rd, 2023. 

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