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Growing Pains is Harpa Ep

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured artist is Harpa and her Ep Growing Pains.

Growing Pains is Harpa Ep

This artist’s voice immediately mesmerized me.

While listening to these beautiful songs I felt like Ulysses during his odyssey when he heard the chant of the mermaids for the first time. I was hypnotized and I abandoned myself to her musical universe.

Although very young, Harpa already seems to be a very mature artist with a solid artistic vision. In addition to having a fantastic voice, her songs also carry profound messages.

The musical arrangements are refined and the attention to every little detail is magical.

Harpa has a bright future ahead of her because she produces quality music and her performance skills are out of the ordinary.

I’m curious to follow her artistic path, I believe this artist will do great things.

Go and listen to her music, it’s worth it!

Growing Pains is Harpa Ep Out Now!

Fascinating and Magical!

Growing Pains is Harpa Ep

Harpa is an established singer songwriter in Nottingham UK.
With an impressive range and control, and her beautifully stirring tone, Harpa has quickly caught the industry’s attention. Signed to DooBeDoo Music, Harpa has spent the past few years honing her craft and developing her repertoire. She is ready to share her sound and story with the world, and she has us all with bated breath.

With a very distinct, dramatic sound and powerful lyrics and story telling Harpa brings a unique element to the world of not only heartbreak ballads but her edgy rock and orchestral sound really stands her out.
Her latest release is her 4 track EP ‘Growing Pains’ which includes 3 new songs Yours, Hurts To Love You and the title track ‘Growing Pains’ along side her sophomore release ‘Hollow’ also appears.

Growing Pains is about the confusing transition into womanhood. It’s a realisation- as if one day I suddenly woke up as a grown woman, with so much responsibility, so much pain and emotional chaos, and I’m like: “Wait! I’m still a little girl! I didn’t ask for this!” No one every really warns you about that, or the way that men will treat you. I think I entered adulthood very naive and trusting, especially of men, and that false reality was shattered very quickly.

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