An R&B Infused Break-Up Anthem From London Based Harry Cracknell


High off of his recent release "Good Thing" singer and songwriter Harry Cracknell is back with another soulful banger "4am". The 22-year-old found his passion in classic R&B and says there's still a market for it today, fusing it with the love of his generation, is where Harry gets his unique style which he calls "RnB POP".

With a career starting as early as 13, Harry was destined for stardom. Supporting multi-platinum selling boy band Blue in front of a crowd of 20,000 people was just the beginning. Harry has now gone on to supporting both established and emerging artists across Europe including The Game in Amsterdam. The singer has now established himself in the 8 years of his career and can be best recognised for his collaboration with Landis and Breikthru with the song "Find Me". This hit reached over 750,000 streams on Spotify and was also used on shows Celebs Go Dating and The Only Way Is Essex.

Heartache seems to be the motivation for this song, with Harry telling the breakdown narrative of a heartbreaking end. This break-up anthem is the perfect way to understand the emotions played in a scenario every teen has found themselves in.

The partnering visuals tell the story presented in the lyrics, featuring Harry alongside a female looking back on past memories of a relationship. This relatable tune is bound to be a hit and demonstrates the pure talent that is Harry Cracknell. 



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