On March 15th 2024 New Zealand singer-songwriter Hannah Everingham shared her sophomore album Siempre Tiene Flores. Launching itself into Everingham’s unforged realm, the album melds glimpses of psychedelia, weird-folk and punk sensibilities fitting to it’s release on Leather Jacket Records (Sundae Painters, Playthings, Ringlets).

“Alternative Folk & Indie Rock from one of the most talented songwriters we’ve heard in some time. For fans of Tom Waits, Patti Smith, Aldous Harding & Courtney Barnett.” (Flying Out Records, 'Siempre Tiene Flores' Album of the Month March 2024)

“I keep coming back to how unique she feels in the local landscape, a raconteur who’s light on her feet, mellifluous, and charming” (Tony Stamp, Radio New Zealand)

“Quickly established as a preeminent songwriting voice in Aotearoa” (Under The Radar)

Recorded across a week at co-producer Thomas Isbister’s home studio, the album was predominantly tracked live during a South Pacific winter, made with the brilliant DIY aesthetic shared by Everingham’s band. Featuring Mike Kime on double bass, Doug Brush on percussion, Hannah Everingham on guitars, and Thomas Isbister on additional parts, Siempre Tiene Flores features three of Everingham’s songs in español & a new, tender jubilation captured in the title;‘they always have flowers’

Since the release of Hannah Everingham’s debut album Between Bodies in 2022, the singer-songwriter has garnered a growing reputation amongst New Zealand’s independent music scene. Labelled by Flying Nun Records as “A truly wonderful, impressive debut”, 
the release of her first record soon saw her performing alongside the likes of Robert Scott (The Clean, The Bats) & Francisca Griffin (Look Blue Go Purple). In the months that followed Everingham was also opening for the likes of Tiny Ruins, Erny Belle & Ebony Lamb among others.

The southern summer then saw Everingham travel to New York, where she was residing for three months, performing and writing, before returning to New Zealand for a sell-out New Zealand tour. She has since made a debut appearance in Australia, performing in Meanjin, Brisbane. To stay updated on Everingham’s future shows, follow her online here.   

On Between Bodies;

“Feeling beamed out of a timeless sonic realm” (Under The Radar)

“[Between Bodies] was of that year’s best albums ” (Tony Stamp, The Sampler RNZ)

[So Long Underground] - one of Radio New Zealand’s Best Singles of 2022

“I was immediately struck by Everingham’s stage presence… she has a palpable gift for songwriting” (Lucy Pollock, Not To Take Sides Gig Review for Flying Nun Records)

“Go see her” (Robert Scott)

[So Long Underground] - one of Radio New Zealand’s Best Singles of 2022