Harrison Whitford, LA-based multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter today shares new song ‘Meclizine’, out via Screwdriver Records. Whitford is known for his work with Phoebe Bridgers and Matt Berninger (The National). “Meclizine” follows previous single “Salvation Army,” which Harrison shared last month. He is currently working on a new album. Both singles are now available via Screwdriver Records.
Harrison says of the track: “I’ve never been entirely sure what Meclizine was about. When I wrote it I was very interested in images of childhood and the concept of getting lost as a path of growth. “When I listen now, it sounds like maybe I was trying to get at the idea that the parts of ourselves which we have to shed to evolve, are also the parts of ourselves we build our identity on. That we have to discard who we think we are sometimes to move forward.”
Writing songs has been an important outlet for Harrison Whitford, for the last several years lending his guitar skills to Phoebe Bridgers, and even when her music started being noticed, Harrison still felt the urge to flex that creative muscle. A few years ago, in between touring with Phoebe, Harrison collected the songs he’d written between the ages of 17 and 21 together into his debut album Afraid of Everything, released via Screwdriver Records. He is now back with his first new piece of new music since 2019 track ‘What’s Happening’.
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