Folk singer-songwriter Haley Harkin delivers a stunning showcase of vulnerability in her new album, To Heal Her, out January 6th. This collection of 7 heartfelt records paints a colorful picture capturing the full scope of Harkin’s journey inward; the album gives fans a deeper insight into the artist’s experience getting reacquainted with her true nature while she examines herself through honest eyes. To Heal Her fearlessly dives head first into the highs and lows of self-discovery, and embraces truth with wisdom, beauty, and elegance. Harkin caresses her raw lyricism in the comforting warmth of acoustic, strings led soundscapes throughout the album; from bright acoustic guitar, to decadent orchestral strings, to playful banjo, the simplicity of these arrangements allows the music’s inherent beauty to shine through with an unfiltered brilliance. Listeners can expect to hear influences from artists like Rising Appalachia, Fia, and Ayla Nereo in Harkin’s work.
For Harkin, To Heal Her is the artist’s most vulnerable release to date. It represents a direct translation of her inward journey over the past 3-4 years in which she pursued self-empowerment and liberation. From the ethereal introduction on “All Things Grow,” to the heartfelt poetry on “My Love For You,” to the meticulously crafted, textured soundscape on “Vine Of Light,” Harkin effortlessly creates a vibrant world for her stories to come alive exactly how she intended. ‘To Heal Her’ is an album calling to free spirits and folk lovers with open minds and hearts looking to embrace a brighter future.