Musical group, Harletson is about to release their first single, “Say Our Goodbyes,” but in the meantime and to get their fans ready, they have released a new cover every Friday until the big day (7/15). Most recently. they released the band’s rendition of James Bay “Let It Go” to show their love and of deep meaningful lyrics and commitment to playing their own instruments.
Harleston is comprised of singer/songwriter/guitarists Nathan Harrington, Jackson Singleton, and Weston Wilson. Despite their young ages of 18, they already have shown a sense of song crafting well beyond their years while dreaming up a sound that’s irresistibly vital.
Harletson formed in 2015, after crossing paths through L.A.’s open-mic circuit. Although each had come to Los Angeles in pursuit of a solo career, the three connected over their mutual love of ’60s and ’70s rock-and-roll, and decided to take a shot at collaborating. In one of their first attempts at playing music together, the trio tore through of a cover of the Beatles B-side “Don’t Let Me Down” and felt an undeniable chemistry. “The three of us all come from different places in terms of the style of music we’d been playing on our own, but when we covered that song everything just clicked,” recalls Singleton. “Right away we all just knew this was a real thing.”
You can watch their cover of “Let It Go” by James Bay below.