The Unfolding

The New No.1 UK Classical Album is Out Now

“The scope of Hannah Peels’ latest genre-busting opus couldn’t be greater.”
★★★★ UNCUT

“Balancing the beautiful with the cerebral… head and heart music.”
★★★★ Music OMH

“gloriously individual”
★★★★ BUZZ

“Fresh and original”
MOJO

“A remarkable record… very beautiful, complex and ambitious”
BBC 6 Music (New Music Fix)

“A remarkable piece of work… great scale and wonder.”
Belfast Telegraph

“Passage is full of delicious atonal hovering, while If After Weeks of Early Sun offers arpeggiations, banging beats and joyous string stabs.”
The Observer

“Her line of thinking, her quest for invention and innovation and a constant pushing forwards is fast seeing her become something of an alt national treasure… on this showing it is only a matter of time before Peel is stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the neo-classical behemoths.”
Juno

Read More

About Hannah

Mercury Prize, Emmy-nominated, RTS and Music Producers Guild winning composer, with a flow of solo albums and collaborative releases, Hannah joins the dots between science, nature and the creative arts, through her explorative approach to electronic, classical and traditional music

From her own solo albums to composing soundtracks like Game of Thrones: The last Watch, or to orchestrating and conducting for artists like Paul Weller, her work is ambitious, forward-looking, always adapting and re-inventing new genres and hybrid musical forms

Hannah is a regular weekly broadcaster for BBC Radio 3’s Night Tracks

““The scope of Hannah Peels’ latest genre-busting opus couldn’t be greater.””
★★★★ UNCUT
“Sheer sonic beauty”
★★★★ Clash Magazine
“A stroke of genius… an immensely reassuring piece of work, a reminder of how small we are in the bigger picture”
★★★★★ Music OMH
“Another sonically sumptuous milestone for the Northern Irish composer/producer”
★★★★ Mojo
“The queen of headphone dreamscapes”
★★★★ The Arts Desk

Hannah Peel & Paraorchestra

No.1 Classical UK Chart Album!

Fir Wave

Mercury Music Prize 2021 Album!

Greenpeace

ACT NOW campaign with Ulster Orchestra