A haunting and compelling, emotional tapestry illuminates the newest unveiling from British/American child duo Faith and Harry Rowan, entitled “Just Be There”. Although only 13 and 11 years old, the two display a mature pop-driven kaleidoscope of ardent sentiment rarely found in today’s music.
Lyricist Faith Rowan tells the story of the sadness attached to a loss of a friend, or heartbreak associated with a first crush, with words that are believable. Her soulful vocals match the touching sensibility of her written words. Harry at 11 years old plays the piano and composes melodies in an adult and relevant fashion.
Both children were exposed to an early musical journey displaying talent far beyond their years. They are both multi-instrumentalists proficient in violin, piano, guitar and Harry in drums as well. Faith began to play violin at age three, and Harry followed his sister’s musical path soon after. In a few short years they have created a global buzz and a huge following. Their releases are original and cover topics relatable and current.
“Just Be There” is unusually different, straying from the sometimes bland music played on the radio today, yet its commercially flavored and radio welcoming. The track has an addicting quality, as I have found myself secretly driven to listen to it over and over again. This is their 4th single release this year and I’m excited to hear whatever comes next. Their talent and originality is destine to make history in the music industry.
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