Harry Pane releases brand new single ‘Here We Stay’

Singer songwriter Harry Pane releases his brand new single ‘Here We Stay’, premiered this week by John Kennedy’ on Radio X.

‘Here We Stay’ is a love story, set amongst tragedy, showcasing Harry’s soulful voice and tender lyricism alongside swelling cello parts and signature guitar fingerpicking. The artwork was created by London based design studio, Nueker.

The track follows his EP The Wild Winds, which was released to critical acclaim earlier this year. This led to Harry being a BBC Introducing’s Featured Artist, collaborating withFrank Turner at The Roundhouse for Frank’s Lost Evening’s with OneFest, and Harry’s first performances in Europe this summer. The lead track ‘Fletcher Bay’ has now beenstreamed a million times across Spotify & Apple Music.

This November, Harry will be supporting the legendary Marillion at London Palladium on Tuesday 7th and Manchester Academy on Wednesday 8th, followed by performances for Sofar Sounds in both London and Hamburg.

November 7th – The London Palladium supporting Marillion
November 8th – Manchester Academy supporting MarillionHarry Pane is an up-and-coming songwriter to watch, his delicate honesty and turn of phrase make him stand well clear of the pack  Frank Turner

Music should take you on a journey and boy does that guy do it every single time” – Lal Muttock, BBC Introducing Northampton

Harry Pane blew my mind with this beautiful, soulful voice, I’m playing it because he writes music that is so emotive & this song is a truly heart-warming story, from a songwriter who truly understands how to fill his songs with real emotion” –
Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio

A stunning record from an incredible singer-songwriter.  Fletcher Bay is an incredibly honest and beautiful record to bring us into the world of Harry Pane right here on Amazing Radio” – Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio

Harry Pane is a “real deal” musician. His work takes you somewhere without you realising it and then returns you safely with a sense that somehow you’re the better for it.  He is a troubadour for a tired, troubled world and refreshment for the soul” – John Griff – BBC Radio


More info at: http://harrypane.com/

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