Curtis Harding

  • Monday | 02.09.24
  • 7.30pm
  • Band on the Wall, Manchester
  • £17.50 Advance <...

Curtis Harding’s album “If Words Were Flowers” is a heartfelt ode to showing love and appreciation before it’s too late, inspired by his mother’s advice. Written and recorded over the past two years, the album blends vintage soul, R&B, hip-hop, garage rock, and psychedelia, creating a vibrant and diverse soundscape. Collaborating with producer Sam Cohen, Harding explores love, resilience, and human connection with raw, gritty songs. Raised on gospel and hip-hop influences, Harding’s journey from promoting artists in Atlanta to achieving solo success shapes his unique sound. His previous album, “Face Your Fear,” brought him acclaim and extensive touring. The pandemic deeply influenced his new work, adding layers of social and political consciousness. Harding’s music reflects the times, aiming to comfort and connect listeners, with tracks that celebrate love, unity, and empathy.

Artists on stage: 8.00pm
Curfew: 11.00pm
Stage: The Venue