Harrison Storm Shares New Single “Tomorrow” From Debut Album
Indie-folk artist Harrison Storm is capturing the delicate balance between life’s turbulence and the serenity of love in his new single “Tomorrow,” a self-reflecting track from his much-anticipated debut album Wonder, Won’t You? set for release on January 12th via Nettwerk.
“Tomorrow” is a reflective piece where Harrison Storm grapples with life’s inevitable chaos, finding solace and direction in the comfort of a loved one. He describes the track as an acceptance of life’s realities, stating, “It’s about not letting that reality of it all bring you down, but to accept it and roll with it.”
Watch Harrison Storm’s “Tomorrow” music video below
Since his breakthrough EP Sense Of Home in 2016, financed by his busking days in Melbourne, Storm has seen his music resonate with fans globally, amassing hundreds of millions of streams. Wonder, Won’t You? is the latest chapter in his journey, following five successful EPs including the collaborative project Under Dusk with Enna Blake. This album, marking his full-length debut, showcases Storm‘s vulnerability and humanity in its purest form.
The album, produced alongside ARIA Music Award nominee Dustin Tebbutt (Japanese Wallpaper, The Kite String Tangle), is an intimate collection of ten songs. Each track resonates with raw emotion, reflecting Storm‘s personal experiences with love, mental health, and self-discovery. He hopes these songs, which have been therapeutic for him, will offer similar solace to listeners. Storm notes, “This collection of songs feels like it sums up the past few years for me as best as I could. There’s a sprinkle of everything I’ve been through.”
In a move aligning with his values, Storm is donating $1 from every pre-order and pre-save of Wonder, Won’t You? to the Surfrider Foundation Australia, an organization committed to protecting Australia’s coastlines. This gesture highlights his dedication to environmental conservation and community involvement.
Wonder, Won’t You? Tracklist
- Warm A Cold Heart
- My Way Home
- Daylight Sun
- In Good Time
- This Love
- Life Ain’t Ordinary
- The Wind And The Wild
- Better With You