TRACK REVIEW: Ben Harwood – Fault Lines EP | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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A new release from Ben Harwood, a musician who artfully projects the feelings of being lost and navigating coming of age in our modern world. Head-rocking rhythms and a soft deepness are the pillars of the EP, woven together with Harwood’s mellow, Springsteen-esque vocals.

Fault Lines shines through as an emblem of change and being out of control, as Harwood sings “A seismic shift from what we’re used to knowing and a different land from the one we used to roam.” flowing through electrical crunch, gentle guitar strums and harmonies which mesh with heart-wrenching introspection. Harwood is a 17-year-old with astonishing maturity and command of his musical voice, who writes with a flair for articulating the tribulations of the world for generation Z. 

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