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If there was a song to best sum up a season within three minutes, “Summer You” would be it. HARBER unveils his first major original release of 2018 as the temperatures begin to rise.
“Summer You” is an unmistakable, pop-infused dance tune that will have you exploding with wanderlust and reminiscing of the starry nights of the not-so-distant past. A radio-worthy, nightclub-ready, festival-friendly anthem, that you’re certain to have on repeat for months to come, “Summer You” packs enough punch to set the season ablaze.
An immersive ode to summertime, HARBER’s “Summer You” is an impressively-airy, vocal production, with exceptionally catchy lyrics that tell an all-too-relatable tale of a seasonal romance. “Summer You” is fully equipped with raw emotion, mesmerizing vocals, and an unsurpassed tropical ambiance that is certain to have you daydreaming of the beach.
Heart-felt lyrics coupled with the enveloping melody, strikingly-euphoric chorus, and enrapturing baseline, are all a testament to HARBER’s stellar production quality. “Summer You” will have you longing for those eternal summer nights before the season even comes to an end – and keep your yearning alive long-after.
Continuously raising the bar higher, HARBER shows just the right amount of restraint on “Summer You” – and the end result is nothing short of spectacular. Prepare to mentally transport yourself into vacation mode with the vibes HARBER delivers on “Summer You” – and not to mention, soundtrack your entire season.
As one of the very first artists to remix “Stacy’s Mom” by Fountains Of Wayne, HARBER exploded onto the scene last year with his pop-inspired, dance variation. Since then, HARBER provided a heavy-hitting trap remix of The Chainsmokers “Sick Boy,” which was reposted by Alex & Drew on SoundCloud and featured on Trap Nation Radio.
According to EARMILK, HARBER launched the Lost Kings’ “Don’t Call” into the future with his remix. HARBER unveiled his harmonious and upbeat remix of “I Wanna Know” by NOTD feat. Bea Miller which premiered through EDMTunes, just following the kick-off of festival season.
HARBER, born Harry Berman, is an East Coast native who eats, sleeps, and breathes music. Growing up listening to a range of favorites, from Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Blink 182, Harry began exploring dance music in high school and has been engrossed in the scene ever since. HARBER’s biggest electronic influences include Diplo, Skrillex, and The Chainsmokers, because he found that similar to himself, they are artists who have never been afraid to take risks and experiment with various sounds. Incorporating elements from various musical genres, Harry effortlessly pushes the boundaries beyond what’s expected; his inventiveness is limitless.
HARBER’s ability to read the audience is a testament to his genuine passion for music and his authentic tastemaker abilities. An eclectically talented producer, diverse DJ, and creative songwriter, Harry also enjoys creating on the piano & keyboards, and aspires to soon further enhance his mastery of drums and guitar. HARBER exemplifies a style that is like none other; fusing elements of pop and electronic to craft, creating a yet-to-be-determined genre of its own. HARBER aspires to make a difference with his innovative sound; ultimately leaving a legacy through the story he tells with his music. HARBER embodies a distinctive emotion synonymous with sparking your inner-self; striving to serve listeners with his strikingly timeless interpretations. Whether a colossal impact or a minuscule significance, Harry strives to touch the soul of each of his listeners—and rest assured, HARBER does just that.