Harris Face is a folk-rock-blues artist from Washington, DC. Percussive guitar, harmonica, and emotive rock dominate his music, drawing comparisons with an acoustic Springsteen, the Counting Crows, and modern roots crusaders like William Elliott Whitmore. Sprinkling light banter between his folk ramblings and blues confessionals, Harris Face has a voice that is at times nostalgic and hopeful, at times serious and ironic, but always full of the dreams and withdrawals of a DC political junkie.
Emerging from a bustling DC singer-songwriter scene, (and featuring at the Kennedy Center, the Capital City Showcase, and Rock & Roll Hotel) Harris has toured the east coast and Midwest with Adrian Krygowski and Amber Dutton, and shared the stage with Brothers Lazaroff and The Vespers.
What with life and recording sessions and all I haven’t had any groundbreaking announcements to make, so I wanted to share a video of a new song! I wrote it last year on the road, around the border between Indiana and Ohio…which explains how thoroughly midwestern the thing came out. I’ve been playing it with [...]
Hi, Harris Face news! Here we go: TOUR: The Midwest is calling again. The dates are here, but if you want to RSVP on facebook check out the events page. I am still looking for some couches to crash on mainly in OHIO so reply to this email if you can help out! NEW MUSIC: [...]
There is a season! This winter can be divided into two seasons, before I learned the word ‘Polar Vortex,’ and after the DC bus hit a snowy owl. It’s been too long since I updated the blog here! Lots has happened. The full band EP, ‘Hopeful Paranoia,’ is up for the taking on iTunes, Spotify, [...]