Headcase Harmony Confront Darkness with Friendship on Latest Single “Wednesday Morning”

Missoula up and comers, Headcase Harmony, recently released a DIY music video for their single “Wednesday Morning.”

Magnus Gochis and Jamal Greely, the duo that is Headcase Harmony, describe themselves as emotional electro pop. It’s an apt description for “Wednesday Morning” — a song that instrumentally sounds somewhat lighthearted, yet it’s paired with introspective, thought-provoking lyrics.

Jamal explained that the song is “…an artistic representation of a person’s struggle with suicidal ideation. Ultimately concluding in the idea that your relationships with others (a strong support net) can help see you through those moments.”

The song was written by Jamal and Magnus, recorded by Rick Bohlman, and mixed and mastered by Ryan Cain O’Donnell at Buzz Records in Missoula.

It’s the first single off the band’s forthcoming EP, which they’re currently working on in the studio. They’re planning to release new music very soon, so stay tuned, and make sure to see Headcase Harmony headline a FREE show at the Top Hat on Saturday, March 30, 2019. Details here.

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