Harrison Storm To Make U.S. Debut; Partners With Vanlife Diaries To Premiere Music Video From Latest EP
September 25, 2017 BY Nettwerk
Australia’s Harrison Storm shares his latest EP Change It All (out now via Nettwerk Records) featuring the standout title track that has over 3 million combined streams.
Storm personifies that eloquent edict of carpe diem. Under the cover of sand and waves, the fabled Australian beach life defined Harrison’s formative years.
This upbringing by the sea, translated into a love of adventure that he still carries with him today, finding chances to take on new challenges. Diligently chasing his musical dream with a sense of urgency, he organized and launched a popular “acoustic night” in his quaint beachside hometown of Mornington, Victoria at the age of 20. Two years later, he dropped out of university to solely devote his days to busking for tourists in Melbourne, eventually making enough to finance his 2015 debut EP Sense of Home, produced by friend Hayden Calnin. Its title track would place prominently on key Spotify playlists, amassing an impressive 14 million+ combined streams and catching the attention of Nettwerk C.E.O. and co-founder Terry McBride, who personally signed Storm after sending him a Facebook message.
In the past, Harrison has perform to packed crowds across Melbourne, developing a powerful presence on stage alongside the likes of Michael Franti, The Cat Empire, Husky, and more. Simultaneously, he impacted Triple J and received airtime on U.S. tastemaker KCRW. Next month, Harrison will make his US debut with three stateside performances – Hotel Café (Los Angeles) on October 9, Rockwood Music Hall (New York) on October 26 and The Basement (Nashville) on October 20 (supporting Dead Horses).
Harrison has spent his life traveling to numerous parts of Australia in a wagon with his friends, spending time camping and surfing. His life epitomizes outdoor living and it comes through in his music. Partnering with Vanlife Diaries, Harrison shares the official music video for “Change It All.” Watch it above.