One of UK’s finest pop talents HRVY take us into epic adventure with new exciting single ‘I Wish I Could Hate You’
HRVY says: “‘I Wish I Could Hate You’ is the first song I’ve ever released that I’ve written on my own,” “It’s a little nerve wracking, but also VERY exciting to see what my fans think. It’s a super summery song, with a catchy hook and more of an indie pop feel to my last releases!”
With 2021 seeing the release of his pop powerhouse single ‘Runaway With It’ as well as opening the NTA Awards and a storming UK tour, HRVY then smashed open this year with his new EP ‘Views From The 23rd Floor’ – which produced the hazy electro-pop banger ‘Talking To The Stars’ shortly followed by the superb ‘Golden Hour’. The EP saw HRVY step into a more mature sound and new track ‘I Wish I Could Hate You’ continues HRVY’s impressive trajectory.
Earlier this year HRVY collaborated with Grammy Nominated artist and producer Steve Aoki on their summer dance anthem ‘Save Me’. Already making waves, the song is currently a top 10 hit at US dance radio. The track followed HRVY’s EP ‘Views From The 23rd Floor’, which has already accumulated over 50 Million streams to date.
At 23 years old, HRVY already fosters an incredibly mighty online following spanning the globe, pushing a billion Spotify streams, and a string of sold out headline shows in North America, Asia and Australia.
HRVY recently appeared on The One Show to promote the Sport Relief All Star Games which sees Sport Relief Birmingham 2022 and the BBC coming together to bring viewers a one off, All-Star version of the Commonwealth Games. HRVY will be part of two table tennis teams from the worlds of sport and entertainment going head-to-head at the NEC Arena to raise life changing money.
His live performances in the UK already include sold-out headline shows at Hammersmith Apollo, London’s Palladium and appearances at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, plus Capital FM’s Jingle Belland Summertime Ball. During the pandemic, HRVY took his headline show to the Royal Albert Hall in April and drew a virtual audience of thousands worldwide.