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PREMIERE: Brixton’s Roman Harris explores raw emotion in soulful ‘The Smell Of Heather’

Kicking off with our premiere week, we are today teaming up with Brixton based artist Roman Harris for the premiere of his new single ‘The Smell Of Heather,’ a truly heartfelt ballad influenced by a poem of the same title from the book ‘Heather’s Book’ written by the poet Vivian Anglin.

Roman Harris is a singer and songwriter from Brixton, South London. With his guitar in hand, a voiceof raw emotion and heart on his sleeve he crafts songs of simplicity enriched with depth and feeling.

In 2016 Roman achieved song writing credits on the Snakehips ‘Money On Me’ EP with the trackFalling’ followed up in 2017 with his first feature as an artist on the track ‘Moving Again’ produced byCr3on & Marcus and released through Dutch record label PM Recordings.

Influenced by Indie, Folk and R&B, Roman now releases his debut single ‘The Smell of Heather’ a truly heartfelt ballad influenced by a poem of the same title from the book ‘Heather’s Book’ written by the poet Vivian Anglin.

Roman is now looking forward to a year in which he intends to let the world hear his sound and warm the ears and hearts of many. That starts with ‘The Smell of Heather’. ‘The Smell of Heather’ will be released on all platforms on 25th January, 2019 with a house concert at a secret location taking place that night in celebration of the release.

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About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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