Girlpool’s Harmony announces debut EP, shares ‘Good Things Take Time’

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Harmony Tividad, formerly one-half of Girlpool has announced her debut solo EP. The EP announcement comes with the release of Harmony’s lead single ‘Good Tings Take Time’ which comes with a brilliant video directed by Morgan Maher.

Harmony Tividad has put out a few songs on her own before, but her new project ‘Dystopia Girl’ will be the first to be released under just her first name, Harmony. New single ‘Good Things Take Time’ is one hell of a subtle banger that we can’t get enough of. The chorus will instantly be stuck in your head and we absolutely love the accompanying visuals and music video. On the new single Harmony worked together with 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady, Wyatt Bernard, Francis Brady and Micah Jasper. We truly can’t wait to hear what this exciting new sound for Harmony will give us next!

About the new single she says:

“Good Things Take Time” is a song that came to me in a dream. It’s pretty ironic because I feel like throughout my life I have been a somewhat impatient person. In the dream I was playing a Girlpool show and people were asking me to play “Good Things Take Time.” I felt awkward because I knew it wasn’t a Girlpool song. In the dream I began to gently play it on guitar and sing to it. I woke up with the melody in my head and texted my parents asking if it was a Sheryl Crow song cause I felt like with the chuggy guitar chord changes it kinda had her vibe (although lost in its current form.) They both responded that they had never heard that melody before and didn’t think it was from anywhere — it felt so crystal clear to me that I felt like it had to have come from somewhere else.

Within 30 minutes of them texting me back, I had written the entire song. Only a week and a half before writing it had I met my now long-term boyfriend, and this song had so much certainty in our relationship without me even knowing him. It’s the first really uplifted song I’ve written and felt like something that was coming from a place of higher understanding and acceptance for things. It’s also been funny as it’s the first song to roll out on this project; the mantra of it being the first song has been teaching me patience, as whenever I have felt like I need to put music out today, immediately!, etc (classic me), the song reminds me to find solace in the pause and know that things are happening in the time they are meant to.”

‘Good Things Take Time’ is out now on all platforms via Harmony’s Fantasy Corp.