Indie Rock Musician Brady Harris Channels The Beatles on New EP
Any fans of The Beatles looking for new music? Indie Rock Musician and Producer Brady Harris further evolves his signature Beatles-infused Americana Rock sound as he welcomes listeners to his sonic abode on new release “Hotel In The Sky”. Brady’s latest record features crunchy vintage electric riffs, multi-layered melodies, crackling pop sensibility and Lennon-ish vocals that will surely transport listeners to a different time and place. This new EP is available exclusively at Bandcamp.
This Texas-born, California-dwelling indie rock artist is all about the song craft, looseness and flow. In other words, Rock n’ Roll with emphasis on the roll. Popdose once described his work with the following statement; “Imagine if the Beatles were from Texas” All Music Guide adds “Harris possesses an eclecticism similar to that of Jeff Tweedy (Wilco).”
Written, recorded, performed and produced by Brady Harris, “Hotel In The Sky” was recorded at BlackPug Studios in Los Angeles, CA and La Grotte Studios, Nice, France.
Title-track “Hotel In The Sky” pays tribute to a real-life, notorious East London drug den and to that feeling of being deep in the throes of love. “Economy of Sound” is a euphemism for the transformative power of music and the escapism it can provide, especially through the eyes (and ears) of a lonely teenager trapped in suburbia. “Welcome Back to the Comedown” explores the comedown after the ending of a love affair, while “Parting Gift” is a resonant ode to the bad love affair that refuses to die. Lastly, “Chateau Hill” was inspired by Colline du Château, which offers a gorgeous, sweeping view of the Old Town Nice and the beaches along the Promenade des Anglais.
Brady Harris’s unmistakable expression is one of a true indie rock storyteller and wordsmith creating songs that feel like instant classics. “Hotel in the Sky” expertly combines complimentary subgenres and orchestral arrangements while drawing on influences ranging from Dan Auerbach, Elliott Smith, Jack White, Wilco, The Beatles and John Lennon to create an immersive 5-track tour-de-force. “Hotel In The Sky” truly feels like a wild stay at a pleasant place where memories will do you no harm.