Released October 2023
Showcasing the breadth of his writing style, Harrison's latest EP features a rockabilly ditty, a classic singer-songwriter tune, an airy 70's style rock song, and a heart-wrenching Americana Roots ballad... all tied together with Campbell's indelible vocals and clean production approach. Honest lyrics throughout, the soul of this EP are the straightforward themes, soaring choruses and beautiful blending of pedal steel with overlaid harmonies.
Dig the Motion is Campbell Harrison’s fourth studio album, but the first one that’s almost exclusively acoustic. Recorded at Welcome to 1979 in Nashville, it’s a hybrid record with four studio cuts capped off with three live, singer-songwriter performances at the end. The mix works well with shared lyrical and melodic threads. The first single "Sleeping In Kathmandu" is a good representation of the stripped-down, folkgrass sound.
Albums & Singles
This first single from "Dig The Motion" takes a lighthearted poke at the constant and overwhelming chatter that bombards us through “anti-social” media. The track overall has a stellar acoustic rock groove to it that’s easy on the ears, and Harrison’s radiant vocals captivate throughout. It’s a bouncy tune with catchy mando hooks and refrains that will have you singing along. "I tried to make Sleeping In Kathmandu both poignant and hopeful," says Harrison, "setting the tone for the rest of the album while addressing the difficulty of being a thinking individual in a social media world."
“Lyin Cheatin Getting By '' was born from the ashes of 2020 and its relentless negativity. It’s a collection of songs that poke fun at pretenders and hypocrites, while simultaneously shining a light on the small things that enrich our lives. “I tried to make these songs lighthearted and fun, while still being rewarding for those who really dig into the lyrics,” says Harrison. He recorded with a team of all-star team talent, including Ted Pecchio (Doyle Bramhall II, Susan Tedeschi, The Codetalkers) on bass, Benjo Markus (Dee White) on electric guitars, Hayes Smith Jr. on drums, and Aubree Riley on background vocals.
A quirky Neo-Americana tale of a selfish man who takes advantage of others all his life, but always thinks he has time for redemption... until he doesn't.
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Recorded and produced by Scott Mecredy at Music On Main Street, Lilburn, Ga and Joshua Golden, Downright Studio, Atlanta, Ga.
Produced by Ben Hernandez and Paul Nassar, Dragonsong Studio, Atlanta, Ga. Distributed by Aegis Music