Harrison Rimmer - The End

Harrison Rimmer, who was born in Fleetwood and raised in York, has performed songs all over the UK, Europe, Australia, and Asia, and continues to rise in popularity. He continues to evolve as he writes and performs, drawing on a diverse range of influences such as Marvin Gaye, Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen, and others. Harrison has supported artists like Red Ken (Ferocious Dog), Tony Wright (TerrorVision), Rick Witter & Paul Banks (from Shed Seven), Tom Hingley (from Inspiral Carpets), Gaz Brookfield, RSJ, The Band from County Hell, Hannah Trigwell, and many more.

The end is the title of the new single by Harrison, starting with a very cool guitar riff. Vocals get in and, just like the description above, I can find in them Classic Rock influences combined with a grunge attitude. Listen to the pre-chorus, especially, to know what I'm talking about. Drums parts are spot on (especially in the central break and the final part), as well as the riffing and, as said, the vocals. Everything is very well made in this song, including the sound, very professional. 

The end is, overall, a radio-friendly song but not losing any Rock attitude and I totally recommend listening to it by clicking on the Spotify player below. Also, don't forget to follow Harrison Rimmer if you like what you hear.


Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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