Harm Wülf is inspired by a range of artists: from the tranquil resonance of Low, to the rhythmic acoustic strumming of Strength Through Joy, and the ascending power of Angels Of Light. Even calling to the insular/grotesque Americana of Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O’Connor, etc. Most times sparse and austere and at others apocalyptically orchestrated, Harm Wülf has the sound of something long since missing. Hijrah is the emotional sophomore album from Harm Wülf.
Harm Wülf, aka George Hirsch, is from Philly and Chicago, and he’s just released a new track called Welcome Home Our Sister, off of his upcoming record, Hijrah. This album will be his second. George is best known for his lyrical and vocal work in Blacklisted and he made his debut as Harm Wülf vi. mposemagazine.
Hijrah is the emotional sophomore album from Harm Wülf. Where the debut album (Deathwish, 2013) was primarily built on the singer/songwriter experience, Hijrah introduces a wash of stark instrumentation with Jon Nean of Blacklisted on Bass and engineer/musician Arthur Rizk (Inquisition, Prurient) on Percussion backing G. Hirsch as he performs all vocal, guitar, and harmonica duties.
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