Liv Hanna Shares New Single ‘Buried Alive’

New York-based singer and songwriter Liv Hanna has just shared her brand new single Buried Alive, a heart-wrenching ballad about self-worth and acceptance. This new song finds Hanna exploring a more cinematic and reflective mood, as her voice soars high above a sparse and yet lushly orchestrated production. 
Co-produced by artist manager and producer Guy Eckstine and session guitar master Paul Pesco, Buried Alive is a song about Hanna's current state of mind, conveying the importance of self-love in a world where peer comparison can be quite damaging to one's mental health. Apart from her gorgeous, expressive vocals I am particularly fond of the emotive piano chords which are seamlessly intertwined with cool rhythms and subtle guitar plucks that together create an overall warm and intimate atmosphere perfect for her reflective message to soar. 
Accompanying the release, Liv Hanna has shared its official music video, directed by Evan Aspinwall, which effortlessly enhances the emotion of the song's message. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Liv Hanna said, 
I hope “Buried Alive” conveys the importance of self-love and illuminates how triggering peer comparison can be to your mental health. I want to celebrate our individuality rather than hiding your true self and conforming to societal norms. Dare to be different. I was struggling with mental health issues at the time I put my thoughts to paper. I felt that my struggles could be relatable. Digging emotionally through the creative process made me feel even sadder. I just wanted to compose a song that my peers could relate to so they don’t feel alone if they are ever experiencing struggles similar to mine. It really helps to know that you are not alone and isolated from the world.