Multi-talented English singer known for busking her way to stardom Liv Harland unleashes a new dreamy single “Letters”
Her busking performances have shown her ability to create emotionally engaging memorable IRL moments with people from all walks of life. Remarkably, several of those moments have gone viral on a huge scale, resulting in over 1.5 million followers and 28 million likes on TikTok alone.
She is making a similar impact at YouTube, most notably with a video of her halting a song to help a homeless man. That moment of kindness resulted in Liv joining the good karma club, as the clip was greeted by a phenomenal public reaction and is now approaching 45 million views.
Liv says, “It’s been over a year since I released new music and I’m so proud to come back with this single! Heading over to Copenhagen to record with Cutfather was a highlight to my 2021 and now I’m ready to show the world what I’ve been working on. I hope you guys love it as much as I do. This song is for anyone who let go of their past and got over an ex.”
Its poignant themes of regret and love lost adds a fresh dimension to her big-hearted viral moments, while its timeless song structure also makes it perfectly suited for live performances. But the song is also infused with an inventive range of modernist pop production flourishes, which helps translate her natural and hugely engaging performance to the world of streaming.
Liv collaborated on ‘Letters’ with the producers and songwriters Cutfather (Little Mix, Becky Hill), Moa Pettersson Hammar (Ava Max, Sam Feldt), Scott Quinn (KSI), and Jeppe London.
Originally from York, Liv started busking while employed as a full-time childcare worker. She quickly created enough of a buzz to make busking and live-streaming her new career. As her viral moments came thick and fast.
Liv released a cover of Dani & Lizzy’s ‘Dancing In The Sky’ on Spotify and then introduced her artist career with the self-released ‘What A Lie’, which has exceeded 2 million streams.