Harriet Playing Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Friday 16th June

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Harriet Playing Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Harriet will take ‘The Outcome’ on a UK headline tour next month, alongside her full live band. Tickets for all dates listed below are available HERE.

1st Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn
2nd Birmingham, Symphony Hall
3rd Cardiff, Acapela Studio
10th Milton Keynes, The Stables
16th Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
17th Bury, The Met
29th Pocklington, Arts Centre

16th London, Arts Theatre


Harriet’s story is one of female empowerment: from stunning a room of adults into silence with the songbird-clarity of her voice and overcoming bullying at school, to moving to London to risk everything to make it as a musician on her own terms. Her voice and her passion shine brighter than ever on her new album ‘The Outcome’, which is out now.

Its release is accompanied by the release of the official video for her single ‘Story of Your Life’, watch it HERE / listen HERE.

The album’s first single ‘Story of Your Life’ has picked up a wave of support online and on radio, further supported by a performance on BBC Radio London’s Gaby Roslin show this Sunday. It’s an ear-worm dance-pop anthem which finds a piano-pounding sweet spot between Coldplay and ABBA. About the official video, Harriet explains, “This video is how I want everyone to feel when they listen to ‘Story Of Your Life’. Happy, uninhibited and free!”

‘The Outcome’ is a sublimely singalong, sweetly melodic, long-in-the-making second album. It’s music in the glorious tradition of the Seventies singer-songwriters that Harriet grew up loving, with her golden voice evoking no less than Karen Carpenter.

Harriet meticulously planned numerous sessions in Sweden with handpicked writing collaborators and producers whose credits include everyone from Loreen and Britney Spears to Alicia Keys and Celine Dion.

Harriet says, “I was very young when I made my first record. I put myself in a bit of a box with it and felt quite limited creatively. But with this new record, I’ve expressed parts of myself that I didn’t feel perhaps comfortable doing a few years back. There were some emotional writing sessions, quite tearful because they went to difficult places. ‘The Outcome’ is a bit more vulnerable, but in an empowering way.”

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