Haiden is a singer-songwriter who takes inspiration from 2000s R&B pop artists, like Justin Timberlake and Ne-Yo. Harmony stands out for its compelling aspect. I like the entire production, each section conveys expression well. Haiden’s rich vocals and profound lyrics capture artistry.
Harmony takes listeners on a ride through the perilous decline of a relationship well-past saving. From the very first line, it’s clear that the title is perfectly unfit for such a battlefield-like environment and characters rooted in aggressive desperation. The track’s slow build mirrors how the narrator feels– finding his remorse as the story and world around him completely unravel. The paradoxical title is just as much mournful as it is aspirational, projecting an emotional resonance one can vicariously feel.
Haiden continues to impress with Harmony. It’s music for the soul. Check out the audio below!