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Brooklyn artist Harrison Lipton has released a new project called Strawberryys, a collection of songs inspired by splitting his time this past year between New York and Los Angeles.

The 27-year-old music-maker recently moved cross-country from Brooklyn to L.A., leaving his native New York. The experience, taking place in the middle of the pandemic, resulted in a series of mesmerizing gems, described fittingly by Lipton as "sweet, short and sometimes tart," music which he notes is very personal to him.

"Strawberryys closes the chapter on my singles throughout the past year or so while also offering something new with ‘19 Hours,’ a remake of my song with Giraffage from his 2017 album, as well as the stripped down version of ‘No Good at Goodbyes’ that I recorded in one take on Instagram Live during the height of the pandemic. These songs are really close to my heart and I’m so excited to share them with the world."

Hear the new EP below.