Harrison Brome Unveils “Stars At Midnight”; New EP Out 1/26
January 12, 2024 BY Bailey Vigliaturo
Vancouver-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Harrison Brome announces his upcoming EP (out 1/26) with mesmerizing title track “Stars At Midnight,” out now. Brome, known for his eclectic fusion of pop, alternative, indie, R&B, and electronic genres, has amassed tens of millions of streams and garnered praise from notable platforms such as The FADER, HYPEBEAST, NYLON, and more.
Brome describes today’s single, “It 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.”
He continues, “I started working on this one with Pomo at his studio in Vancouver. ‘Stars At Midnight’ was another one of those songs that kinda sat there for a bit until we felt really inspired to turn it into something new. The song took a completely different direction and our inspirations at the time really shined through the song, and I’m very happy with how this one turned out.”
“Stars At Midnight” serves as a beacon, illuminating a new chapter in Brome’s musical journey. The track’s off-kilter groove, anchored by a head-nodding bass line, sets the stage for Brome’s introspective lyrics as he laments the fading embers of a relationship, singing, “We start to burn out like stars at midnight.”
Brome teased the upcoming EP with singles “In The Dark” and “Close To Me,” showcasing his versatility. Brome illuminates every facet of his being on the Stars at Midnight EP.
Reflecting on the creation of the project, Brome notes, “For this record, I wanted to tie everything together with an upfront vocal. It’s less about cohesive storytelling and more about my delivery and what I’m projecting.”
With the help of long-time collaborator Pomo, Harrison showcases his ability to seamlessly blend varying musical genres and elements into a living and breathing soundscape.
“Anything I make is authentic to who I am,” he states. “With this project in particular, I have been able to let go and be myself. I’m giving people the Harrison that I haven’t been for a long time.”