"Pop's new teen dream, he's on the right track to achieving world domination." - Notion Magazine
15 March 2019 (Toronto, ON) – The UK's hottest rising pop star and one of 2019’s BBC Radio 1 Brit List artists, HRVY, releases his brand new single “Told You So” today via Virgin EMI Records/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company.
“Told You So” is an unstoppable and unforgettable slice of dance pop, featuring piano chords and smooth synth riffs, all wrapped up in HRVY's dreamy vocals.
At just 20 years old, HRVY is already a global star. He has 4.1 million Instagram followers, over 2 million YouTube subscribers and more than 500 million combined streams to his name. In December he sold out his biggest ever UK headline gig at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.
HRYV's recent single “I Wish You Were Here” was a UK airplay hit playlisted by Radio 1 and Capital FM. It offered the perfect introduction to HRVY's cool, concise pop sound and was a worthy follow-up to his 2017 smash ’Personal’, which has now amassed more than 250m streams. Last summer, he joined huge dance producer Jonas Blue on stage at Capital's Summertime Ball. He also teamed up with Cuban-American rising star Malu Trevejo for the bilingual bop “Hasta Luego,” which became a No.1 hit in nine markets worldwide.
In 2018 HRVY was nominated for both a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award & a BBC Radio 1 Teen Award. He also headlined the Radio 1 Teen Awards in October performing two tracks to the sell-out crowd and becoming one of the most watched performances from the event. He was also one of the faces of JD Sports Christmas advertising campaign featuring in a National TV campaign and instore activity across the country.
For HRVY, 2019 will bring more great music, more live shows including a current European Headline Tour and supporting The Vamps on their UK tour this May.
"Music's become much more global in the last few years and I want to be part of that," he says. "I want people all around the world to know the name HRVY stands for a really big, amazing show."