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Music video exclusive! Harriet's 'Maybe This Christmas'


1st Jan 2015 Music

Music video exclusive! Harriet's 'Maybe This Christmas'

Harriet, one of the UK’s most compelling debut vocal talents, delivers a poignant musical message with her bitter-sweet Christmas single. Listen to it here.

Snowballing impressive media acclaim for her rich and distinctive vocals, UK singer/songwriter, Harriet, is rounding off an incredible year with a melodic Christmas gift that could well become a timeless classic.

‘Maybe This Christmas’ captures the profound magic behind the childhood elements of Christmas, depicting how these often slip away as we become adults. A universal message of wishing to return to a time of innocence and simplicity and a strong desire to hold onto the past. 


Harriet released her debut album, ‘Harriet’ in the autumn of this year along with her debut single, ‘Broken For You’.

With a string of headline UK tour dates lined up for early 2017, her debut album in hot demand and her fanbase constantly growing, Harriet is most definitely changing musical perceptions to a place where lush lyrics and rich luxurious vocals are king. 

The single ‘Maybe This Christmas’ is released on 23 December on Bright Star Records


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