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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release, the seventh album from Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Hana was made with long-time collaborator and friend Ed Harcourt. It is their third in a trilogy of records, with each stemming around the thematic frame of a location. The collaboration began in 2014 with the critically and commercially successful 'Wanderlust', which was inspired by Eastern Europe, and continued in 2016 with 'Familia', inspired by Latin America. Hana, which Harcourt describes as "kaleidoscopic joy", is inspired by East Asia and began with the album track 'Tokyo' and Sophie's first trip to Japan pre-pandemic in 2020.
Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release, the seventh album from Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Hana was made with long-time collaborator and friend Ed Harcourt. It is their third in a trilogy of records, with each stemming around the thematic frame of a location. The collaboration began in 2014 with the critically and commercially successful 'Wanderlust', which was inspired by Eastern Europe, and continued in 2016 with 'Familia', inspired by Latin America. Hana, which Harcourt describes as "kaleidoscopic joy", is inspired by East Asia and began with the album track 'Tokyo' and Sophie's first trip to Japan pre-pandemic in 2020.
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Hana [LP]
Artist: Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Format: Vinyl
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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release, the seventh album from Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Hana was made with long-time collaborator and friend Ed Harcourt. It is their third in a trilogy of records, with each stemming around the thematic frame of a location. The collaboration began in 2014 with the critically and commercially successful 'Wanderlust', which was inspired by Eastern Europe, and continued in 2016 with 'Familia', inspired by Latin America. Hana, which Harcourt describes as "kaleidoscopic joy", is inspired by East Asia and began with the album track 'Tokyo' and Sophie's first trip to Japan pre-pandemic in 2020.
        
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