Harrison Brome Shares “Body High” Video; Produced by Mad Ruk (Drake, Rihanna, Future, Alessia Cara)

August 28, 2017 BY Nettwerk


“The video encapsulates the dreamy vibe of Southern California during the dog days of summer, an appropriate visual translation of Harrison’s longing vocals and lyrics.” – COMPLEX

Partnering with COMPLEX, newcomer Harrison Brome shares the official music video for his latest single gone viral, “Body High.” With nearly 2.8 million Spotify streams, the track topped Hype Machine’s “Most Popular Tracks on Blogs Now” at #1 and landed at #6 on Spotify’s Viral Hits chart.

The video is produced by Mad Ruk (Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” Rihanna’s “Work,” Future ft. Weeknd “Low Life”) and directed by Aaron A, who’s recently received three MTV Video Award nominations, including Best Director & Video Of The Year for Alessia Cara’s “Scars To Your Beautiful.” He’s also behind Cara’s videos for “Here” and “Wild Things,” in addition to DVBBS “Ur On My Mind” and Majid Jordan’s “Make It Work.”  The ladies in the technicolor-treated shots are noted LA-based models Dajana RadsTavia Bonetti and Ganna Bogdan.

Throughout the spring and summer, Brome has been touring North America and Europe, and will be ending this season with two final U.S. festival performances – Bumbershoot (9/3 – Seattle, WA) and North Coast Music Festival (9/1 – Chicago, IL).

Critical Quotes:

“With a furrowed brow and a voice rich like a nice glass of pinot noir, this Vancouver 19 year old slides in like the lovechild of Josef Salvat and James Blake.” – VICE’s Noisey

“…every once in a while, someone emerges out of the deep depths of the Internet and manages to create some magic. Our latest find? Harrison Brome, an 19-year-old Vancouver artist whose debut, “Fill Your Brains,” was one of the cleanest experimental, genre-hopping tracks we’ve heard in a while.” – NYLON

“…the video for [“Fill Your Brain”] renders the moment vividly: catching glimpses of a group of young people, all dressed head –to-toe in black, swigging liquor straight from the bottle, lighting blunts with blowtorches, shotgunning beers in dark alleyways and smoking cigarette after cigarette” – The Fader

“’Sex Calls’ is the final peg in Harrison Brome’s debut project, and, as the title suggests, is his most sensual-sounding release to date. His reverb-drenched vocals excel atop a soundscape of dreamy synths and warm bass, and the track as a whole just proves Harrison to again be one of the most versatile new artist out.” – Hilly Dilly

“Harrison displays an impressive vocal range, effortlessly sliding from warm lows into soaring falsetto. His breathy vocals paired with clean beats and hazy production…Harrison quickly becoming a firm favorite of mine.” – Indie Shuffle

“Without a doubt, one of the greatest joys of this job is the opportunity to discover new music on a daily basis. In my search for emerging talent, I found a particularly interesting musician by the name of Harrison Brome. At the time of discovery, Brome had only one track on his SoundCloud. This page is now decorated with three tracks, and with each release, the young artist has already displayed a more developed and diverse sonic breadth…The future looks bright for Harrison Brome.” – HypeTrak