Part Bat

Smoky Tentacles


Psych-Americana with anti-folk sensibilities and rock and roll aspirations: Part Bat (aka British singer-songwriter Hannah Maryse Robinson and friends) creates introspective music that you can still bop to. Raised on a steady diet of 70's folk rock and the 24-hour news cycle, Hannah's songs explore everything from the absurdities of online culture to the surreal pressures of living on the brink of the end times. After spending years writing songs she showed to no one, Hannah did what frustrated artists have been doing for generations, and moved to Berlin. There she performed endless bar shows and played bass in psych projects Soft Milk and Sour Janes. One fateful night she supported Jordan Blue Peysano and Haui Böker and the three immediately teamed up. The result was a new era of cathartic live shows and the soon-to-be-released debut album Daywasters - co-produced by Francisco Cabela of Chicos de Nazca.