BEST NEW TRACKS: HARRY EDWARDS “HOW I LEARNT TO LOVE THE BLONDE”
Quantifying the music of Harry Edwards is a bit of a chore. Mainly because it’s completely unnecessary. You don’t need to be able to confine a song like “How I Learnt To Love the Blonde” to a genre in order to enjoy it.
“How I Learnt To Love the Blonde” is some out there experimental soul. It sounds like James Blake and FKA Twigs doing it, on acid. Maybe that only makes sense in my brain, but I can’t think of a better description for this track. The mysterious new artists is from Norfolk, which is apparently a place in England. He crafts these incredibles sounds at home on his laptop. Apparently his songs have all grown out of what was supposed to be post-show music for another project he was involved in. Perhaps this is why “How I Learnt To Love the Blonde” is such a wonderful piece of ambient perfection.
Drink it below:
HARRY EDWARDS “HOW I LEARNT TO LOVE THE BLONDE”
Edwards is low key about his future plans besides that he hopes to make music to sustain himself. Hopefully he’ll start allowing people to pay him for his songs, because this is an artist worth supporting.
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