Born and raised in Greece, Lola came to NY to study psychology but followed the dream of writing, recording and performing music. She is a pop-rock, alternative, electronic and metal singer/songwriter. She is a performing and recording artist and has worked as a session singer for producers such as Gate 57, YZMusic and Timothy House. She is Lola from the group Chordslinger n Lola, a duo that has reached the number #4 position on the global reverbnation charts. Lola has appeared on Greek TV news channel alongside singer/songwriter The Afro Nick and has been interviewed by RadioNeo and CosmosFm, Rew and Who show and music podcasts. She has been included in the Deli Magazine NYC top 300 charts in the indie-pop category.
Lola has worked closely with Dembiak Productions on songs distributed to TV/film song libraries and their song "It's not Easy" was chosen for a motorcycle ad in Belgium and a kids' show in Australia. She has participated in the legendary Music Building’s community shows and has performed at events such as Punk Island festival, as an opening act for BILE, Starkiller at Rock Gator Radio showcase with her rock band. Lola de Hanna collaborated with Sugar Puppies in 2011 for the release of “Looking for Something” which received radio play in Europe. In 2013, she performed a series of acoustic sets with Nikolas Christopoulos and AfroNick, under the name Lola & the Nicks. Her first single off her debut solo release is called "A knack for these..." and has been called "refreshingly different" by reverbnation reviewers. Her release, called The Other Side, was released February 3rd 2015 and includes six songs that combine electronic, indie, pop-rock and world/ethnic sounds. She is also featured as a guest vocalist on HIMMEL's 2015 release, "A long cold winter" which features six collaborations between Luca Giancotti and singers from different parts of the world.
The first single off her 2nd EP, A Place Of Fire, quickly received positive attention on music blogs such as Indie for Bunnies and the Revue. Lola's 2nd EP, called WELCOME, was released in 2018 and is available for streaming and download.
In April 2020, during the quarantine following the Covid-19 crisis, Lola wrote "Falling (where's the ground?)" to sort out her feelings about the anxiety of isolation and need for connectedness.
Her most recent release, in early 2021, is called "Trapped in the City" and includes 2 songs with Greek music sensibilities added to her usual pop/genre fusing style.
Falling (where's the ground?) (Single) - 2020
Welcome (EP) - 2018
The Other Side (EP) - 2015