In their latest collaboration, Scion Sessions and Toronto future funk producer Harrison bring you the visual treatment for “You’re Light”; the lead single off of Harrison’s debut EP “Colors” (Last Gang Records / Jet Jam).
Scion Sessions has previously collaborated with Harrison, bringing fans the awesome collection of tracks that is The Field Trip Discovery Mix, his unforgettable live performance as part of the Field Trip Discovery Series, and the exclusive bangers “What They Want” and “Love Sick” off of the Field Trip Discovery Series vol. 1 7”.
Joining Scion Sessions and Harrison, director Charlie Tyrell brings his unique vision to the table, as previously seen in Harrion’s “Akira” video.
From director Charlie Tyrell:
"Conceptually, the video is intended to be about the guy who stays in on a Saturday night to perfect his craft. I know that this is something Harry can relate to so it wasn't a major stretch for him.”
HARRISON – “YOU’RE LIGHT”
DIRECTOR: Charlie Tyrell
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Beyond Marketing Group
PRODUCER: Kevin Dempster
PROD. CO: Blue Ant Media
LABEL: Last Gang Records / Jet Jam
ART DIRECTOR: Romany Williams
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY/EDITOR: Kyle Fowler
MANAGEMENT: Justin Peroff
Catch Harrison live in Toronto on Dec 18th at Studio Bar:
NYE in Montreal at a secret location TBA:
About Scion Sessions
Scion Sessions makes music an experience. As both a curator and collaborator, they take an active role in pioneering creativity. Working hand-in-hand with artists, they build exclusive new audio and video projects. Scion Sessions is the music vehicle of Scion Canada, actively supporting a community driven by their passions.
Harrison is happening. In two short years, the prodigious Toronto producer has gone from teenage bedroom beatmaker showcasing his homemade, sample-savvy wares on Soundcloud to hotly tipped studio savant positioned at the frontlines of the city’s R&B renaissance. His aesthetic has proven malleable enough to make him feel right at home on bills alongside everyone from hip-hop reconstructionists Cashmere Cat and Ryan Hemsworth to synth-funk technician Com Truise to digi-pop maximalist Wave Racer to avant-garde innovator Jon Hopkins to indie upstarts Purity Ring. Still only 19, Harrison is set to make the leap from word-of-mouse phenom to marquee recording artist with the 2015 release of his debut EP “Colours” (on Last Gang Records in North America and Star Slingers’ Jet Jam imprint in Europe / Asia), an equally loopy and libidinous hit of psychedelic 22nd-century soul music.