Melbourne Singer-Songwriter Harrison Storm Is Forgiving His Past In Nostalgic New Song “In Good Time”

July 21, 2023 BY Jason Currell

Indie-folk singer-songwriter Harrison Storm is forgiving the past and running into the future in his nostalgic, sepia-toned new song and music video for “In Good Time” – the latest single taken from his forthcoming debut album. With a gentle, floating melody, Harrison’s warm vocal and poignant lyrical storytelling sit front and centre as he reflects on the person he was when he wrote his breakout single almost a decade ago. You can listen to the single here.

“In Good Time” sees Harrison dwelling in the depths of memory, of moments come and gone, he says, “I went away on a writing trip last year to work on songs for the album and after the first few days, I was struggling to write anything I connected with. Every now and then I listen to very old demos of mine, to remind me of why I started songwriting. The demo that came up was of a song of mine, ‘Sense Of Home’ and as I was listening to this very first demo I made of this song in particular, I had this wave of emotion come over me.”

“It was this intense feeling of acknowledging the time that had passed since I first wrote that song and now. The immense changes I’ve gone through and how different life is. The difference in the person I was then and the person I am today. Yet I’m still here writing songs, the thing I dreamt I’d be able to do with my days. So ‘In Good Time’ is almost a reply to ‘Sense Of Home’, a reflection on the passing of time. It’s me talking to the person I was when I wrote ‘Sense of Home’ all those years ago.’



At the end of July, Harrison will be jumping in his newly kitted out tour van, and heading up the East Coast for a regional tour, taking over stages in Ipswich, Gold Coast, Maroochydore, Byron Bay, Bellingen, Taree, Blue Mountains, Wollongong, Wagga Wagga, and Canberra. 

It’ll be his first opportunity to show Australian fans the new music from his forthcoming album live, including recent singles “This Love” and “Warm A Cold Heart”. The Australian tour follows a recent run of EU/UK headline shows and support dates with Roo Panes.



July 28 – Ipswich, Australia – Studio 188
July 29 – Currumbin Waters, Australia – Dust Temple
July 30 – Maroochydore, Australia – Solbar
August 3 – Byron Bay, Australia – Kulchajam
August 4 – Bellingen, Australia – 5 Church Street
August 5 – Taree, Australia – Bohemian Cafe
August 12 – Blue Mountains, Australia – House Concert
August 13 – Wollongong, Australia – La La La’s
August 18 – Wagga Wagga – Australia – Birdhouse Bar
August 19 – Canberra, Australia – Smith’s Alternative



For Australian singer/songwriter Harrison Storm, music is the beginning to a wondrous journey of unbridled introspection into the deepest crevices of his own heart and mind. Storm discovered music’s therapeutic powers at an early age. Growing up in a culture of toxic masculinity, he would listen to artists like City and Colour, Angus Stone, and Jeff Buckley and feel a little less alone. Those musicians inspired Storm to pursue his own music career, and in 2015 he’d made enough money to finance his debut EP Sense of Home. A record deal with Nettwerk soon followed, and over the course of the next seven years, Storm released four EPs: Change It All (2017), Falling Down (2019), Be Slow (2020), and Under Dusk (2022) – the latter a collaboration with Enna Blake.

Storm’s songs have since racked up hundreds of millions of streams, with radio plays on Australia’s triple j and the UK’s BBC Radio 2. The song “Sense of Home” was certified Gold in Canada in 2020. Now, with Storm’s new music, we see him at his most vulnerable, his most sensitive, and his most human. These songs helped him work through his own struggles, and now he hopes they help others do the same.