As a British-Australian artist he embraces duality. Refined yet messy. Traditional yet inventive. His guitar tone is a nod to U2 and Talk Talk. His production style shows influence from St Vincent and James Blake.
Leaving East London at the age of ten, Harry arrived in Bundaberg, Australia, and retained a strong British identity throughout his Australian upbringing. He was a finalist in Australian national radio station triple j’s high school band competition ‘Unearthed High’ twice at ages 14 and 16. His lyrics explore the challenges of his career and his nationalities, with frequent references to philosophy.
Having spent several years working to reclaim the success he experienced as a teenager, he returned to the UK in 2019 and created the record label Strange Method Music Group, specialising in NFTs and limited edition cassettes.
After several independent EPs and singles, the debut album ‘Summon It’ was released in 2021, receiving praise from the likes of Steve Lamacq (BBC 6 Music), Shell Zenner (Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing) and Sophie Sveinsson (XS Manchester), as well as being featured on the BBC Introducing Hot List.
The sophomore album ‘Cambistry’ was released on Strange Method Music Group in 2023. The concept was simple: when a fan buys the music NFT, the song gets released on streaming services. With the entire NFT album now sold out, collectors and fans get to push the button on the official release of “Cambistry”, playing their part in the artist’s story.
Harry Heart recently performed The Great Escape, Celtic Connections, and Beautiful Days festivals, along with a four-date UK tour in May 2023. His single ‘Begging’ featured on Apple Music’s “New in Indie” and “New in Alternative” playlists, with the artist now amassing over one million streams across Spotify, Apple Music and SoundCloud.