Harry Strange’s latest confessional ‘I Like You’ explores newfound love in the modern age.
Tapping into the notions that consume one’s mind when opening yourself up to somebody new, ‘I Like You’ bleeds honesty and touches on each miniature quirk and motion that captivates you about an individual; it’s intense, attentive and Harry makes an entrance, proving that there will never ben too many queer voices.
Produced by familiar collaborator turned pal, Brookfield (responsible for a stunning stripped rework of Charli XCX’s ‘1999’ amongst others), ‘I Like You’ draws its influences from Lauv, Mura Masa and Clairo and arrives swiftly after Harry’s ‘Something, Hold On’ EP which gained major support from BBC Introducing.
On the track, the Gen Z marvel says: “‘I Like You’ is a very honest retelling of all the thoughts I’ve had and whilst this honesty is pretty terrifying to put out, I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited and proud to release a song.”
The visual sees Harry taking both the directorial and editorial seat, voicing that visuals are something of pivotal importance to the singer and this gave him the opportunity to fully express his creativity.
Watch the music video below.