Anderson releases single “Head Up”


Following up on her first single, local musician Hannah Anderson is at it again with a brand-new song.

The local musician has been hard at work this year, having released her first single “Where Ever You Are” in February. Her newest follow-up single is titled “Head Up,” and continues her musical journey.

Anderson is well-known locally for her talents on the stage, having participated in musical revues during her time at Fort Frances High School. She has also released dozens of songs on her Facebook page “Hannah Song Covers,” but the two singles she has released this year mark her continuing evolution as a performer.

Sharing writing credit with Maverick Judson of MJ Interactive, who also produced the song at his studio, Anderson said that the work she has done with Judson has pushed her to new heights.
“It has been amazing experience working with Maverick in his studio,” Anderson said.

“One thing I can say is I would not be the singer I am today with out Maverick.”

Rising local singer/songwriter Hannah Anderson hit the studio to produce her second single this year, titled Head Up. – Submitted photo

Of the new single, Anderson shared that the message is one that is meant to be uplifting and relatable for anyone who listens to it.

“If I can make someone else’s day smile with my music that’s all that matters to me,” she said.

“It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to do this but I knew if my mind to it I could do it.”

The new single is now available on iTunes and Spotify, and will be accompanied by a music video.

There’s still plenty more to come from Anderson in the future. Prior to the release of her first single, Anderson shared that she had plans to complete an entire album of original songs during this calendar year. The singer also hinted at some more “exciting projects” on the way as well.

Overall, Anderson said she’s appreciative of everyone who has listened to her music and helped her along her journey thus far.

“I cannot thank everyone for all the love and support,” she said.

“I’m speechless. I have no words and am so thankful.”