Singer-songwriter Corey Harper has released the video for his new track “Don’t Hate Me,” which premiered on Atwood. Directed by Collin Duddy, the video follows a conflicted Corey as he struggles to come to grips with the fate of his relationship and the aftermath of a breakup. The colorful visual highlights the song’s heartfelt lyrics, bluesy guitar riff, and Corey’s emotional vocals. WATCH HERE.
I wanted something simpler this time around, but Collin made something simple look so much better than I could have imagined. We had a lot of fun on the shoot and just laughed our way through the day. I find it hard to take myself seriously at times, but the guys made me get out of my comfort zone and get into it. Also, Collin is so hot right now! – Corey Harper
Corey is also wrapping up a string of West Coast dates opening for Julia Michaels. PRESS HERE to purchase tickets.
The Topanga-based troubadour uncovers an era-spanning style of his own at the crossroads of traditional folk songcraft, impressive guitarwork, bluesy gusto, and 21st century pop adventurousness. The singer and songwriter sifts through a lifetime of influences in order to assemble a vibrant, vivid, and vital vision.
Since his emergence in 2015, he has quietly set the stage for such an evolution. At 19-years-old, Corey dropped out of college in Eugene, Oregon, grabbed his guitar, and relocated to an eternal haven for creatives of all kinds: Venice Beach, CA.
Just blocks away from the Pacific Ocean, he spearheads the genesis of an arts collective and hangout known as Winston House. After reposting clips of Corey on guitar, Cody Simpson tapped him to handle six-string duties on a national tour. Meanwhile, Justin Bieber caught a Winston House performance and invited Corey to open up a run of Pacific Northwest dates on the sold-outPurpose Tour in 2016.