Creating her own unique flavour of genre-fluid music Daisy Harris takes inspiration from the likes of The Sundays and The Lemonheads to cement her brand of indie-pop guitar music. Her impressive musicianship shines through with her multi-instrumental ability and wonderfully translates into transcendental and heartfelt music.
Harris (vocals/ guitar/ banjo/ ukulele) has already worked the showcase circuit across Glasgow and with total self-sufficiency when it comes to recording and mixing, she is set to become a prominent figure in the Manchester music scene.
Following on from her previous releases, the lovelorn ‘A24’, and emotive ‘Baby You’re Bad Luck’, and heart-wrenching‘Come Home’, ‘Get Free’ acts as an ode to lockdown. Where isolation and loneliness ruled, Harris laments on the need for physical contact opposed to being stuck behind screens. Touching and raw, the track insists on taking action, and not taking for granted the mundanity and simplicity of being able to see a person in the flesh.
Slated as the sonic equivalent of a penned drunken voicemail, insistent guitar lines and percussion are present throughout that drive the take-home message of an inability to break free.
Written, recorded, and produced at home in her living room before being mastered by David Griffiths, Harris’ latest number ups the ante for her debut record.
Cover Art: Emily Worms