Watch: Harrison Brome - Midnight Island

Watch: Harrison Brome - Midnight Island

A young Canadian musician with a beautiful upbeat track, and a video to go along with it.

Harrison Brome is a super-talented young musician out of Vancouver, Canada. Brome is fresh off the block, recently releasing an amazing debut track on Soundcloud last month called Fill Your Brains and now returning a month later with a serene music video for his brand new (even-better) single ‘Midnight Island’. The track has an upbeat tempo and exceptionally smooth, yet powerful, vocal work from Brome. There’s a wonderful tranquility to this song and the accompanying video, and it has a dreamy resolute feel that makes for highly enjoyable listening.

Fans of Chet Faker, and other similar artists like Jack Garratt and Cleopold, will appreciate Brome's style, including his outstanding vocals, driving beats and warm synths.

The 19-year-old says he had a tough childhood, struggling with dyslexia, and that 'Midnight Island' is remniscient of his childhood and how he ‘dreamed of finding a better place’. The video follows the journey of a backpacker on an island paradise across train tracks and wooden bridges, no doubt reflecting Brome’s own journey through his childhood dreams.

Watch the video for 'Midnight Island' below via YouTube:

Follow Harrison Brome: FACEBOOK / SOUNDCLOUD

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