Kelsy Karter is a New Zealand-born LA-based singer-songwriter. Not too long ago, she released a music video for “Harry”, a poppin’ rock tune from her upcoming debut project, entitled, “Songs for the Rocketship”.
Kelsy Karter – “Harry”
“I’m gonna make you love me. You’re gonna make me breakfast. It’s a secret just between us. We can keep it low-key, I ain’t being funny. You should be so lucky to your velvet arms around me.” – lyrics
‘Harry’ tells a dreamy tale of a demanding young woman who has a deep adoration for pop superstar Harry Styles. Apparently, she stares at his pictures in magazines and constantly thinks about him throughout the day.
It gets to a point where she wants to take a dirty photo of herself with hopes of transferring the pic into Harry’s mind. If he’s down to be involved in a down-low relationship with her, she promises to treat him better than the girls he’s hanging out with. In her mind, it’s a win-win situation. Hopefully, Harry feels the same adoring way as she does.
‘Harry’ contains a dreamy storyline, sizzling rock vocals, and a driving-guitar instrumentation boomin’ with liveliness. Also, the bubbly tune was co-written with Anthony Rossomando (who recently won a Golden Globe and is Oscar-nominated for his work on the track “Shallow” from “A Star Is Born”) and Tony Esterly (Sia, The Struts).
Kelsy Karter – “Harry”
“My dog just died and my relationship just ended and I had spent 2 months in the studio crying and writing about it. So the day I went into this session I told Ant and Tony that I just wanted to write some rock ‘n’ roll and not have to feel anything too deep. I love that Harry has introduced the kids to rock ‘n’ roll. And it’s common knowledge among the people in my life that I want to work with (and maybe snog) Harry Styles. So we thought we would write a song about that instead.” – Kelsy Karter
Kelsy Karter musical influences include Queen, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. Her ear-welcoming sound is a blend of classic and modern rock, which oftentimes takes listeners on a journey inside a time machine through the great musical acts of an earlier era.
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