“This self-titled sophomore album from Brooklyn-based songwriter Cariad Harmon has all the pop appeal required to be a surprise hit.” Those are some very welcome words from Damien Girling, thank you Sir! It sure is nice to get some love from Blighty. Check out the full article HERE
I’m thrilled to be opening for Storm Large of Pink Martini at World Cafe Live at the Queen tonight in Delaware! I drove all the way here which is no small feat for a London born New York transplant. Lets just say the New Jersey Turnpike may have inspired some... Read More
“Why is everything I want/always so bad for me?” wonders England-born, NYC-based singer-songwriter Cariad Harmon in this catchy and impeccably crafted song from her self-titled, sophomore album, out November 11. Harmon’s frustration and yearning will strike a nerve with anyone trying to navigate the Gotham dating scene! Joni Mitchell, Norah... Read More
“Now based in Brooklyn, Cariad is from London so her bluesy/folk sound has a unique spin and her voice is just fantastic.” Thank you Sarah Wilson! – See the original review HERE
“NYC-based Londoner Cariad Harmon is a singer-songwriter whose sparse songs are fueled by vulnerability and honesty, feelings brought to life by way of airy melodies that develop without haste. Her delicate, almost whispered soprano works as the music’s binding element, giving Harmon’s mixture of classic jazz and blues a graceful... Read More
Myself and the band are delighted to be playing the official Deli Magazine CMJ Showcase over at Rockwood Music Hall this Wednesday! Come on out and see us won’t you?
“An art clash in Brooklyn New York.” Thank you Danny McCloskey! For the full post click HERE
The song “Like You” features the vocal stylings of the wonderful Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig. Video production by the good folks over at “The Wild Honey Pie” featuring kick ass artist and illustrator Daniel Fishel . We sure hope you like it!
“The new video for Cariad Harmon’s “Like You” gives hope that in a big city like New York, there’s still a chance to find your one and only.” Thank you Nicole Ortiz! See the full post HERE
On “Like You”: “While her musicality feels entirely British, there’s a sense of optimism about her music that seems to place her firmly on the other side of the Atlantic. We challenge you to listen to it without feeling warm, cosy and – goshdarn it – maybe even happy.” Well... Read More