Harrison Brome is a man from Canada, Vancouver to be specific, and it will come as no surprise that he makes music. Brome (whose real name I can not confirm nor deny) released his debut EP last summer; it was (and still is) called Fill Your Brains, but I'll be honest, it's not breath-taking. The opener is bland and 'Midnight Island' sounds like something Josef Salvat might have left behind in the studio. Actually, all six tracks sound like an amalgamation of those two things. There's a lot of him attempting to be sexy too and I'm not sure it really comes off. But, that was then and this is now.
Brome's new single, 'Body High', might as well be recorded by an entirely different artist, to be honest. In fact, it's so good that I'm not even remotely mad about the fairly brash use of the word "pussy" in the first verse. Brome's vocals on this are a cut above, especially when you consider that his voice is what carries the first thirty seconds of this track. The song also almost brings to life the whole "Body High" thing, it's not quite euphoric but it's definitely light and dreamy. The artwork is really nice too in a simple yet effective way. I am now, at this point in my life, intrigued as to what Harrison Brome will release next.