It gently picks apart the structures of conformity...
Martha Hill

Martha Hill grew up in Scotland, bound by a small, tight-knit community.

It offered support, for sure, but she wanted something different - so she took off, using music as a means to explore.

Now settling in Newcastle, her work picks apart her life, casual observations that often reveal something special.

New single 'Wallflower' is, on surface, a cheeky, infectious pop song, but underneath Martha Hill is tackling social anxiety and the pressures to conform.

She explains: "'Wallflower' is a tongue in cheek song about how every person is made up of many different characters that they invent for themselves..."

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