Harry Pane

Harry Pane follows ‘The Wild Winds’ to London

Harry Pane is heading out on his first UK tour this month, in support of his forthcoming EP ‘The Wild Winds’.

The month-long trek kicks off at The Bedford on 30 March and also includes an I Luv Live performance at Zigfrid Von Underbelly on 10 April.

The singer-songwriter from Northamptonshire, who last year played SXSW in Texas, Glastonbury, CarFest, and Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival, recently released his latest single, Fletcher Bay’.

The song is a tribute to Pane’s late father, Jerry, who taught him to play guitar and was his first bandmate; when Harry was 15, the pair formed a group called Dexter’s Incident that played local Northamptonshire pubs.

“Nine years ago when I was travelling in New Zealand, my dad came out to join me for a few weeks and we discovered this idyllic place at the end of the Coromandel Peninsula called Fletcher Bay, a hair-raising clifftop drive to a remote beauty spot,” remembers Pane, whose father died unexpectedly last year.

“I’m still grieving but I am now happy that I can make my new EP a tribute. The ‘Wild Winds’ EP signifies an acceptance. I was lucky enough to return to Fletcher Bay to scatter my father’s ashes, a moment I will remember for a lifetime and our friends in Coromandel Town will forever be able to visit.”

  • The Wild Winds’, produced by Dani Castelar, will be released on 7 April.

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