DHANI HARRISON RELEASES FIRST SOLO ALBUM ‘IN///PARALLEL’ ON 6 OCTOBER ON BMG
July 26, 2017
RELEASES FIRST SOLO ALBUM ‘IN///PARALLEL’ ON 6 OCTOBER ON BMG
HEAR FIRST SINGLE ‘ALL ABOUT WAITING’
Grammy Award winning musician Dhani Harrison’s first solo album ‘IN///PARALLEL’ will be released on October 6 through BMG. Today, he also shares the first single from the album ‘All About Waiting’
Dhani Harrison has been busy since the release of his last album with his collective thenewno2. In the past four years Harrison has scored a handful of feature films, marking his big screen debut as a composer on Warner Bros.’s Beautiful Creatures, which the LA Times praised for its “cool alt-rock sound thanks to the haunting music of Harrison”, as well as Sir Ben Kingsley’s critically acclaimed Learning to Drive. Harrison also found the time to score four TV series including Tony Goldwyn and Richard LaGravenese’s The Divide, two seasons of the Paul Giamatti executive produced show Outsiders, as well as Amazon’s original series, Good Girls Revolt.
Echoing his influences over the past few years as a composer, Harrison’s IN///PARALLEL paints a cinematic soundscape, with his first solo album coming out through BMG Records.
The album is available for pre-sale now along with limited edition bundle packages here.
Harrison’s foray into the life of a solo artist follows thenewno2’s own success, having made numerous late night TV appearances over the years, performing live on The Late Show with Conan O’Brien five times, as well as appearing on the legendary The Tonight Show. And when the band made their first-ever appearance at Coachella their set was lauded by Spin as the “best debut performance of the festival” and they also earned a spot on Rolling Stone’s list of the top 10 must-see bands at Lollapalooza.
Harrison has collaborated with an eclectic array of musicians during his career alongside like-minded artists such as Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, Regina Spektor, Pearl Jam, Prince and performing with Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur in his other long-time project, Fistful of Mercy. Most recently Harrison inducted ELO into the Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame.