Hannah Ellis will release her debut album That Girl on 12 January 2024 featuring 13 co-written original tracks.

After starting her career with a self-financed EP and endless rounds of Nashville writers nights, Hannah Ellis has spent a decade writing hits for other artists including Carly Pearce, Cassadee Pope and Russell Dickerson, but is now set to break out with her full-length debut.

In anticipation of the album, Hannah Ellis has been giving glimpses into her material through a string of recent releases including album closer Too Much and Not Enough.  The track finds Hannah Ellis wrestling with perception, through her fear of being one extreme or the other, revealing insecurities and frustrations over the fine line women walk, in a world of finding a balance between being themselves and living up to culture’s unrealistic expectations.  She co-wrote the track alongside Emily Weisband and Tofer Brown.

The album also features the radio charting single Wine Country and Karma on the Rocks as it embraces Hannah Ellis’ small-town roots, real-life romance and her newfound artistic voice.

Hannah Ellis will release debut album That Girl on 12 January 2024.  The album is available for pre-save and pre-order now.