Hana Eid

Hana Eid wants to write songs that feel like “the love letters you’re too afraid to send.” Combining confessional lyricism with raw vocal performances and earworm melodies, she tells stories that feel like they’ve been pulled straight from the depths of listeners’ minds.


She first picked up a guitar when she was 8 years old and has since spent her adolescence crafting an emotive indie rock sound that takes inspiration from the likes of Wednesday, Lucy Dacus, and Big Thief. Now a 21-year-old based in Nashville, she started off 2024 with the release of her debut EP, I Exist Because You Say So and a packed headline release show at The Blue Room. 


The EP is an introspective time capsule of her past year told through lenses of both grit and vulnerability, produced by close collaborator Tone Def (Briston Maroney, The Moss, Gatlin). Quickly commanding the attention of fans and industry voices alike, it received acclaim from Ones To Watch, Atwood Magazine, Early Rising, Bad Wreck Media, and Pleaser Magazine to name a few. Songs from the project were also featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Lorem, Undercurrents, Front Page Indie, and Today’s Indie Rock, as well as Apple Music’s New In Indie & Sad Times.


Already diving into creating her next project, Hana is eager to reveal all that’s to come later this year. She shares, “I think loving people and making music are probably the most likely ways I can leave the world better than I found it,” and this sincerity is bound to carry her to the forefront of modern indie rock. 

Fri 7.26
Live Nation Presents:
Hana Eid
Show: 8:00 pm
Cafe Du Nord
All Ages