Harrison Storm is an Australian singer/songwriter whose soulful vocals and tasteful, finger-picked guitar playing have drawn comparisons to contemporaries like Ben Howard and Matt Corby.
A native of Mornington, Victoria and raised in a musical household, Storm spent his formative years soaking in the seaside splendor of his hometown and immersing himself in the sounds of the Beatles and Neil Young. As his own musical ambitions grew, so did his influences, with artists like City and Colour, Jeff Buckley, Angus & Julia Stone, and author Jack London entering the picture. After dropping out of college to focus on music, Storm began busking in the streets of Melbourne, eventually earning enough to finance his debut EP, 2015's Sense of Home. The title track quickly began to feature prominently on streaming playlists, prompting Nettwerk C.E.O. and co-founder Terry McBride to contact Storm via his Facebook page. A deal was made and the label re-released Sense of Home, resulting in an expanded fan base that saw Storm's profile rise both at home and abroad. In 2017, Storm released his first official single for the label, "Change It All." ~ James Christopher Monger