Hana Maria, the daughter of a Catholic priest, was born during a hurricane; a prophetic beginning to the diary that’s exposed in her turbulent and often disturbing songwriting. 

Accomplished multi-instrumentalist Hana uses violin solos and string arrangements over co-writer Jim Beck’s heavy guitars to create a unique sound, influenced by Bach, Nine Inch Nails and everything in between.

Daniel Tompkins (bass) and Andrew Lane (drums) join Jim and Hana for compelling live shows where the audience is taken on a voyeuristic trip of pleasure, anguish and shame.


"The musical grit and nastiness provided by the full-throated guitars is just a backdrop for the startlingly dark lyrics."

For Us Not Them

“The combination of beefy rock riffs, razor sharp violin licks and a drawled, snarly vocal that Juliette Lewis would kill for is not one to be ignored”

Listen With Monger

                  “If Jimi Hendrix had played the violin this is how he would have sounded”

Blues in Britain

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