Australian singer/songwriter Harry Carman has a seemingly effortless approach to writing and recording stunning songs; ranging from brutally honest and heart-wrenching, to awesome, energetic rock tracks.
With comparisons to artists such as Passenger, Ed Sheeran and Dean Lewis, he is in good company and has shared stages with the likes of 'Art vs Science' and 'Riot After Midnight’. In July 2018, following voting by triple j listeners, Harry Carman was announced as the triple j ‘Mayor of Splendour’ for the iconic Splendour in the Grass music festival.
Harry Carman’s current EP is called ’A State of Sedation’, and the new single, released on September 28, is an extraordinary ballad called ‘Change’, with a killer chorus that immediately draws you in.
Previous singles ‘Prisoner’, 'Love is Love’ and ’DNM’s and MDMA’ have established Harry Carman as a diverse yet exciting new Australian artist. ‘Prisoner’ was added to over 25 significant online playlists internationally, and obtained radio airplay across Australia; ‘DNMs & MDMA’ was released in December 2017 and remixed by influential Melbourne DJ’s Nick Van Wilder and Ed Colman as ‘Late Night Hype’; and the breakout track “Love is Love’ was adopted as the unofficial theme track for Australia’s Marriage Equality debate.
Harry Carman is a new Australian artist to keep an eye on, and ‘Change’ is one of his finest moments.