Hannah Trigwell (born 28 October, 1990) is an English singer-songwriter from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Hannah started her musical career at the age of 17 and took to the streets of Leeds to play her music for anyone that cared to stop and listen. Now, just 20, she has gone on to amass thousands of fans all around the world. Hannah has a huge online following. Her YouTube page, containing videos of live versions of original songs and covers has gathered over 2.5 million views and 10,000 hits per day! In May 2010, Hannah released her debut EP, 'Hold My Heart', which reached number 6 in the iTunes Singer-Songwriter album charts. Throughout the remainder of 2010, Hannah Trigwell went out to become the second most gigged act in Leeds as well as playing sold out shows at London Scala, Birmingham O2 and Manchester Academy whilst touring with Boyce Avenue. Hannah's debut single 'Headrush' was released in April 2011 and was celebrated with a sold-out launch party at The Cockpit, Leeds. Off the back of the success of the release, she again joined Boyce Avenue on the UK leg of their 2011 European Tour, playing Birmingham HMV Institute and Leeds Cockpit. In summer of 2011, Hannah Trigwell won Best International Unsigned Act 2011 at the St. Helier Cider Online Music Awards. She is also a finalist in a FutureSound competition taking place 4 June at The Cockpit in Leeds. The winner of which will be given a slot at this years Leeds Festival. Trigwell's new EP 'Not Enough' is stated for a mid-July release. She plans to spend the remainder of the year working on new material for 2012.