Hannah Jane Lewis – “Not Yours Never Was” | Review

Hannah Jane Lewis delivers the summer bop we need in our 2019 with her latest single, “Not Yours Never Was.”

It’s been a busy few years for Lewis, releasing brilliant pop track after brilliant pop track which should’ve all been bigger than what they were, but now with the release of her self-titled EP, it feels like she’s on the brink of crossing over!

“Not Yours Never Was” continues with the sweet-natured vibes that Lewis always offers us, with the perfect lowkey summer pop beats that make you want to go on a road trip down the highway – or a heavily congested motorway if you’re in the U.K – blasting tunes with your friends.

Lewis gives a bit of context to the track saying; “”Not Yours Never Was” is actually about a time in high school when a guy I knew decided to completely blow a situation between him and I way out of proportion to make him look cooler – ‘locker room talk’ as some may say! This song is calling him out for lying and all about taking the narrative and power back!”

We definitely get the kind of sassy, ‘over it, but just so you know’ attitude that the Surrey-born star is showcasing.

“We had a good time, yeah, okay we clicked/Kinda fun but now I’m over it/ so go run around on your own tell your little lies but I’m not yours, no, I never was”

Lewis has the PERFECT vocals for a pop song, sweet, sassy, cutting when they have to be – can we have a full-length album next, please!?

Also featuring on the four-song EP is an amazing cover of Jimmy Eat Worlds “The Middle” – just go listen to the EP okay!

Check the track out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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