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Discover the Cool Sounds of Harrison Brome’s “Stars at Midnight” EP

Harrison Brome is a Vancouver-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Not too long ago, he released a mesmerizing new EP, “Stars at Midnight,” via Nettwerk.

Harrison Brome – “Forget About Us” single

“That was a tough one. I wanted it to be a very intimate, straightforward, and simple song. It’s a special one. What it means to me will be different from what it means to others.” – Harrison Brome stated

The EP also features standout singles, “In The Dark,” “Close To Me,” “Stars At Midnight,” and the new track, “Forget About Us,” where ethereal synths and soft piano uphold another soaring refrain.

Harrison Brome – “Stars At Midnight” EP

Harrison Brome - “Stars At Midnight” EP cover art

“I hope my music can nurture the soul and make people feel good. If this EP allows people to connect on a personal level, it’s an immediate win for me.” – Harrison Brome stated

Brome’s “Stars At Midnight” project creates a sonic landscape that resonates with emotional depth and introspection through his soulful melodies and raw authenticity.

Brome is known for his eclectic fusion of pop, alternative, indie, R&B, and electronic genres. He has amassed millions of streams and garnered praise from notable media outlets.

Harrison Brome & Pomo – “Stars At Midnight” single

“‘Stars At Midnight’ walks you through a story of heartbreak and an endless want for a connection that has faded away. I wanted to capture some moments we’ve all likely encountered in a relationship, emotional and physical separation, wishing you could turn back time, and holding onto something that might no longer be there. It tells a story of lost love and the want to find the light that used to shine brightly between two people.” – Harrison Brome explained

Brome buzzed into the conversation in 2016 with his debut “Fill Your Brains” EP. The title track exceeded 12.1 million Spotify streams. 2018’s “Body High” EP maintained momentum and reeled in 11.4 million Spotify streams.

Brome touched down in South Korea and Japan for packed shows and shared stages with Graves, PYRMDPLAZA, and frequent collaborator Pomo. He captivated fans with the “No More Love Songs” and “Strange” EPs between showstopping festival appearances at the Osheaga Festival, Bumbershoot, The Great Escape, and Electric Forest. Working out of various Vancouver studios, he pieced together what would become “Stars At Midnight.”

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