Harrison drops new video for “Right Hook”

Photo Credit: Tommy Keith

The video for Harrison‘s new single “Right Hook” was just released on online and sounds amazing. The video was directed by Eva Michon and showcases a day in the life of a young woman influenced by a good beat and a great day. The Track “Right Hook” is off of Harrison’s debut album Checkpoint Titanium. His debut album has also been nominated for electronic album of the year at the 2017 Juno Awards. Harrison has a handful of shows this year including a show at Juno Fest in Ottawa, Field Trip in Toronto and Osheaga  in Montreal.

Upcoming Shows:
Apr 1 – Ottawa, ON @ Zaphod Beeblebrox (JUNO Fest)
Jun 3-4 – Toronto, ON @ Field Trip Festival
Aug 4-6 – Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival

Connect with Harrison at:

Hey there! I’m Zach I love long walks on the beach and movies that make you cry. Wait a minute this isn’t my E-Harmony account. Let’s try this again, hi I’m Zach from Dawson Creek, BC. Before you think it, no it’s not like the TV show! I have loved music ever since I was a kid back in Abbotsford, BC where I was born. Moved up north when I was about six and was practically raised up here. Hands down one of my favorite Canadian band has to be Simple Plan, with Dallas Smith coming in second. One of my Favorite Things I enjoy doing is just sitting around listening to music or taking pictures. I’d say I’m a pretty good photographer but you can be the judge of that. Just even ask a couple of my friends City light vigil, Scarlet serenity or Violet night. If you’re still reading this congratulations you’ve reached the end.
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