Harry Nathan is a producer, singer-songwriter, and DJ from Australia. Not too long ago, he released a lovely electro-dance tune, entitled, “High,” via Majestic Casual Records.
Harry Nathan – “High” single
“I wanna know your secrets, tell me as you undress. Do you feel like I do? And I try to bite my tongue and I’m high, and I don’t belong. But you’re mine and I just can’t sleep without you. And I’m high, and I feel the hardest part is the wheel. I’m falling off and I know I just can’t sleep without you.” – lyrics
‘High’ tells an intriguing tale of a guy who is head-over-heels-in-love with a desirable young lady who recently moved in across the hall from where he resides. Apparently, he has never felt the same adoring way for another person as much as he does for her right now. Therefore, he admits that he is indeed addicted (high off her love), and when she isn’t around he feels helpless.
“I just can’t sleep without you.”
“The song is a romanticized daydream about a girl who moved in across the hall. I was living in Los Angeles and I had just picked up a 1982 MT-45 Casiotone keyboard. I fell in love with the sound of it and it inspired me to write the song quite quickly. The majority of the drums come from Roland CR-78 and Roland 505 drum machines. Run through a series of guitar pedals, the Casio keyboard’s signal chain is visible in the song’s artwork; a photo I took on my 1982 Canon AE-1 film camera.” – Harry Nathan explained
Harry Nathan is best known for his quirky yet nostalgic take on lush lo-fi house and disco. His music falls somewhere in the same sonic ballpark with songs created by Classixx, Cosmo’s Midnight, and Pnau.
‘High’ contains a relationship-based narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses groove-laden instrumentation flavored with electro-dance and nu-disco elements. Furthermore, “High” serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear on Harry Nathan’s upcoming EP, entitled, “Songs About Falling.”
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