Hannah Jadagu Announces Debut Album ‘Aperture’, Shares New Single ‘What You Did’

    Hannah Jadagu has announced her debut album, Aperture, which will be released on May 19 via Sub Pop. The 12-track effort includes the previously shared single ‘Say It Now’ as well as a new track, ‘What You Did’, which was co-produced with Max Robert Baby at Greasy Studios Paris. Check it out and see the album’s cover artwork and tracklist below.

    Aperture will follow Jadagu’s debut EP, What Is Going On?, which came out in 2021. “Every track on this album, except for ‘Admit It’, was written first on guitar, which is an instrumental throughline,” she explained in a press release. “But the blanket of synths I use throughout helps me move between sensibilities. There’s rock Hannah, there’s hip-hop Hannah, and so on. I didn’t want any of the songs to sound too alike.”

    Aperture Cover Artwork:

    Aperture Tracklist:

    1. Explanation
    2. Say It Now
    3. Six Months
    4. What You Did
    5. Lose
    6. Admit It
    7. Dreaming
    8. Shut Down
    9. Warning Sign
    10. Scratch The Surface
    11. Letter To Myself
    12. Your Thoughts Are Ur Biggest Obstacle

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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