Dhani Harrison has returned with a new single, “Damn That Frequency,” featuring Blur’s Graham Coxon. The new number leans into the psychedelic realm with pulsating verve expelled through trance-like rhythmic thumps. The latest drop represents the musician’s first since his 2017 solo debut, In Parallel.
The artist also shared that he will take the stage over two nights, October 18 and 19, at London’s Omeara concert venue. Harrison got his start by turning out his first EP in 2006, EP001, a collaborative project with Oliver Hecks. Collectively, the duo released an additional EP and three albums, including 2008’s You Are Here.
Then, in 2010, Harrison helped with the album As I Call You Down with Fistful of Mercy, the collective with Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur. In recent years, Harrison has lent his talents to writing scores for movies and television shows. In 2023, the artist assisted with moving his famed father’s solo catalog to Dark Horse Records, founded in 1974.
The aforementioned label is now run by Dhani and David Zonshine, who oversee the beloved catalog of music, which spans from George Harrison’s 1968 debut Wonderwall Music up to his final collection, Brainwashed, which landed in 2002, a year after the iconic music figure succumbed to a cancer diagnosis at age 58.
In 2016, Dhani and Zonshine also joined forces to co-produce A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison, a live album and DVD recorded at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre during a tribute concert dubbed George Fest.
Listen to “Damn The Frequency” below. Tickets for the artist’s London concerts are on sale now and can be purchased here.