Talented, teens and twin siblings Max & Harvey are no shrinking violets. They have been gobbling up the limelight since they started attending middle school. You’ve probably bumped into them on TikTok, Musical.ly or some other social media platform, as being where they’ve gained a lot of popularity. Last year they appeared on our telly boxes, achieving runners-up status on The X Factor. Nowhere is safe from a likeable, talented duo like Max & Harvey. While they haven’t made it onto the Official Charts as yet. They could be about to cause some disruption there following the release of their latest self-penned and produced track “Worry A Little Less.”
The brothers X Factor journey really seems to have helped with cementing their music style. I was pleasantly surprised upon listening to “Worry A Little Less” at how much they have grown as pop artists. Happening in as short space as being kept in lockdown this year, and when considering they record a TV show for CBBC. And while also recording their exclusive Spotify podcast “School Daze with Max and Harvey.” I have to question whether the twins have found the elusive extra couple of hours in the day to get all of these projects done. That I have yet to similarly not manage to find, all my working days.
If you miss the sounds of the 90s boybands era, you’ll probably be happy to wrap your ears around Max and Harvey’s latest effort. It’s a gentle tune which sways to a pop beat while factoring in a catchy chorus, that you’ll latch onto in a quick minute. The song narratives message encourages us to treat ourselves with kindness and to be a little easier on ourselves. To be honest, I think this is the most prolific message 2020 has driven home to each and every one of us. It is nice to hear this timely reminder, nonetheless reflected in, song.
DIARY DATE: Max and Harvey have also announced a new UK 10-date tour – “This is Not a Phase“ for August 2021, (for dates and info – click here)
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