Hamish Hawk – Nancy Dearest –
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Hamish Hawk – Nancy Dearest

Hamish Hawk – Nancy Dearest

Scottish musician Hamish Hawk is set to release his new album A Firmer Hand on August 16th via Fierce Panda Records. The second single from the album, “Nancy Dearest,” has just been shared along with a captivating music video. Hawk describes the song as a reflection on absence, loneliness, and the fragility of self-perception. He explains, “‘Nancy Dearest’ is defined by an absence. It’s a bitterly defiant song, an ego trip, a narcissistic flight of fancy. On the other hand, it’s about sheer loneliness, isolation, and ultimate loss.”

The song’s narrative is enriched with Hawk’s evocative lyrics and haunting melodies, making it a poignant addition to his discography. This release follows the album’s first single, “Big Cat Tattoos,” which also garnered critical acclaim. Hawk’s forthcoming album promises to delve deep into unsaid emotions, guilt, and personal revelations, maintaining a raw and honest tone throughout.

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