NATIVE HARROW

SHARE NEW SINGLE & VIDEO FOR SOMETHING YOU HAVE

NEW ALBUM HAPPIER NOW  OUT 2ND AUGUST ON LOOSE

Devin Tuel may consider herself to be an artist meant for a different time, but the singer-songwriter now finds herself inhabiting her own true place as she shares the first single from her debut Loose album Happier Now released under her nom de plume, NATIVE HARROW.

Speaking about the single, singer and composer Devin Tuel says Something You Have is written “about a relationship where there is an unbalanced amount of focus on one person. Giving and giving, and giving more even after you’ve sworn not to. Some people seem to have a certain magic about them where they can do no wrong. They are never punished for being a bad friend, lover, child, sibling, etc. I really started protecting my heart and my time this year and at the same time ruminated on the desire I always have to experience emotion as someone else. I struggle with anxiety and bouts of the blues and I look at others from time to time and think, “wow I’d love to know what it’s like to feel this the way you do”.

Watch the video for Something You Have here

Native Harrow cuts out clear and vibrant narratives on fear, love, the open road, ill-fated relationships, and coping with the state of the world. “I wanted to share that I made it out of my own thunderstorm.” says Tuel. “I had experienced the high peaks and very low valleys of my twenties. I saw more of the world on my own, got through challenges, revelled in true moments of triumph… but all the while the world around me was growing louder, wilder, and scarier. Music for me is a place to be soft. This album was my place to feel it all.”

Native Harrow play The Long Road Festival in Leicestershire on the 7th September.

Happier Now will receive its European release on 2nd August 2019 via Loose (Damien Jurado, Courtney Marie Andrews, Israel Nash, The Handsome Family).

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