King Hannah’s debut album, I’m Sorry, I Was Just Being Me, offers a stunning showcase of Liverpool duo Hannah Merrick and Craig Whittle’s talent, its dozen songs full of darkness and wit. At times, it’s like listening to dusty jukebox 7-inch singles from the late 1950s played at half speed, and at others like Cowboy Junkies forced to play The Trinity Sessions at knifepoint with a pounding whiskey hangover.

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