Harry Heart's second NFT sold, releases soft synth-pop single 'Walden'
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"A glorious record."
Amazing Radio (UK)
"...he's amazing. If you love Muse and you love Sam Fender, you're going to love Harry Heart"
XS Manchester (UK)
“his EP is on a different level”
Indie Shuffle (USA)
“Could fill a stadium”
triple j (AU)
22nd November 2022
Multi-instrumentalist, singer song-writer and producer Harry Heart knows how to blend guitar tricks with an electronic DIY flavour. As a British-Australian artist he embraces duality. Refined yet messy. Traditional yet inventive. His flare for electronic music with hints of heavy guitar shows influence from St Vincent and James Blake. Now he's venturing deep into Web3, embracing the NFT space and blockchain technology, whatever that means?
After appearing at Beautiful Days Festival and releasing the single ‘Can’t Be Led’ in August, Harry Heart is back with another. His new single 'Walden' is the second music NFT to sell from his 'Cambistry' NFT album. Heart released the song on regular streaming platforms after the NFT sold. He explains how it works in a little more detail on his website.
A member of the music collective Kinda Grizzly, Heart is a strong advocate for independent artists. He released 'Walden' on his own label Strange Method and uses the label’s resources to aid his peers in Britain, Australia and anywhere in between.
Written and produced between Perth, Australia and Manchester, UK, ‘Walden’ is a gentle wave of infectious electronic motivation. “This track's got some Tony Robbins self-help cassette tape language going on,” Heart explains “and frankly that's what I needed when I wrote it. I didn't have a self-help tape on hand, so I made one. I wanted the track to feel like a conversation with yourself. Your self-doubt versus your self-esteem. I did it for me, it felt good.” 'Walden' boasts a mixture of choppy, hard-hitting drums (a treat for The Neptunes fans), washy Moby-inspired meditative synthesisers, and smooth, sophisticated vocals that bring the likes of London Grammar to mind.
Since his return to the UK from Australia, the dual-national has featured on BBC Introducing’s Hot List, made his BBC 6 Music debut, performed alongside the likes of Maximo Park, The Dandy Warhols, Badly Drawn Boy, The Slow Readers Club, Lewis Watson and Radical Face and has clocked over 800,000 streams across Spotify, Apple Music and SoundCloud.
‘Walden' is out now on Strange Method, the second single from the sophomore album ‘Cambistry’.
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