Hailing from Blackpool, Harrison Rimmer’s gruff, passionate sounds have resonated with many over the years. With influences ranging from Frank Turner to City and Colour via The Boss (Bruce Springsteen) and Nirvana, Harrison builds emotive, introspective music to inspire and evoke.
Monday, March 13 will see the release of Harrison Rimmer’s new single “Veins” which deals with personal themes and ideas that many can relate too, whatever their career, including depression and battling against self-doubt – of the track, he comments:
Following the release of my third EP, C, and the tour that followed, I found myself in a place I haven’t been before; the tour was so much fun and a great experience but I was burnt out from playing so many shows in a year and among other things going on I ended up getting writer’s block. It was my first battle with it and it nearly drove me to quit music because it wasn’t fun anymore.
I felt that what I was doing with my music was hurting people I really loved and cared about. I kept battling through it and I ended up with this song, This song is for anyone who feels trapped, feels like they can’t do anything or keep getting put down.
“Veins” is out Monday, March 13 via all digital outlets. Catch Harrison on tour on the following dates:
- 19 – The Shed, Leicester
- 20 – The Running Horse, Nottingham (w/ Holy Moly And The Crackers)
- 21 – The Wildflower, Newcastle
- 25 – O’Neills, Liverpool
- 26 – Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
- 28 – Black Swan, York
- 29 – The Leopard, Doncaster (w/ Band From County Hell)
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