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by Hannah Fury

Songs of glitter and subterfuge, not for the faint of heart.
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Showed Me
3:27 album only
2. Je T'aime
4:37 album only
3. My Next Victim
3:35 album only
4. Carnival Justice (The Gloves Are Off) Part II
3:09 album only
5. Girls That Glitter Love the Dark
6:22 album only
6. A Latch to Open
4:26 album only


Album Notes
In addition to five original compositions, the "Subterfuge" EP features Hannah Fury's version of "You Showed Me," which was written by Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn of the Byrds and was a top-ten hit for the Turtles in 1969. Accompanying the six-song CD is an all-region DVD of the video for "Carnival Justice (The Gloves Are Off) Part II," directed by Chris Ohlson and featuring marionettes that were custom-made by Scott Radke.



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Pier Paolo Conconi

Voce intrigante e affascinante!

Nicole Denise

Hannah has created the highest form of Art- that which moves the listener to the point where they wonder how music so magnificent can actually exist- and it does. Subterfuge’s lyrics are intricate rhymes woven into rich melodies- melodies resonating with deep stellar texture and overlapping harmonies. Each song on every album Hannah released is a rare gem, each with its own iridescent tint and polished surface, reflecting intriguing worlds. Her lyrics stretch far beyond the limits of conventional imagination but yet speak so well of life’s realities. If there is a Muse of Music, she has clearly chosen Hannah as the vehicle through which perfect songs are to reach our society. Where angels sing in the dark woods of hopeful beauty, there you will find Hannah’s songs playing in the trees, and sonically walking with you.


Hauntingly Beautiful
Ms. Fury has managed to incorporate new instruments into her work, and still doesn't lose the substance of her music. I bought the cd for Je t'aime and Carnival Justice, but I have also found You Showed Me and My Next Victim to also be wonderful tracks. The dvd is nice too, we finally get to see Ms. Fury. Would highly recommend!


True genuis! And a bonus dvd - at last - well worth the wait.
Yet another wonderful cd from the lovely Ms Fury. And finally, after waiting for what seems like ages, a dvd to go with it! The cd is excellent. So refreshing to find an artist that is "out there on her own". In today's music world where nearly everybody sounds (and looks) the same it is such a relief to find someone with the strength to be different and have the talent to pull it off. I look forward to many more releases and perhaps even more dvds? Please! Carina

Anna Maria

Awesome glitter in the dark melodramatic lullabies. Not for the faint-hearted but boy are they cool. A gothic dream come true. Tori Amos scary little sister meets Diamanda Galas calm daughter.


I knew that Hannah would meet dark ambient influences in her works.
Hannah's Previous Works were awesome. But quite different, there was something in her voice, in her melodies, something creepy and dark, deeply pushed in the throat, which had to explode. Subterfuge is a sonic painting of this explosion.
Hannah Fury, Coil, Swans, Early Nick Cave, there all travel now on the same boat, a roaming boat, slowly sinking, and their disturbing music is aimed at depicting the feeling of drowning.
Hannah Fury sings for your blood, fears and guts.


When I heard this album, it blew me away, like in the song Away of this album. Hannah's music immediatly reminded me of early Kate Bush as far as the songwriting is concerned, Tori Amos' piano playing, and the singing style of Lisa Germano. But still, Hannah's style is her own - the way she keeps you pinned to your chair, listening to her musical stories - I've not yet experienced this with any other artist. This Ep includes a DVD of the catchy song Carnival Justice - a very Kate-esque song that I wish had been recorded with real instruments, as is sounds a little computer-based. Still, a great song nonetheless, that will impress for sure. Hannah touches dark and dreamy subjects again on this release, and makes we want her new full length CD even more!