Harvey Brittain (born 8th March 2002) is an English pop/r&b singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Born in Preston, UK he started playing the piano at age five after being inspired by his father, Andrew Brittain (notably known as ITV Granada News Presenter & Voice Over Artist for National Television, voicing shows 'Stars in Their Eyes' & World In Action'). At age sixteen he notably supported jazz legend Courtney Pine at a festival in his home-city and from then on began to attract attention within the music industry. In 2018 he was awarded the Rob Gretton Scholarship for Music by Manchester's SEM (School of Electronic Music) where he studied for a short period. He has since then performed live at some of the UK's most prestigious venues, including Wembley Arena and London Palladium, whilst being invited to perform on two of ITV’s national music shows.


In May 2019, Harvey was signed to Record Label URG after being scouted by Music Entrepreneur & Ministry of Sound's former Director of Operations, Tony Rigg. In September 2019 URG released his debut single 'It's My Paris' produced by both Brittain himself & BRIT Awards Nominated Producer & LMC Member, Lee Monteverde. The eighteen-year-old artist is currently backed by his 4-piece band, notably including session musicians Jake Heaton (Guitar), Paul Clayton (Bass), Will Webster (Keys/Guitar) and Jonno Raynor (Drums).

For more information about seeing Harvey live, check out the dates on his website.