Glenn Harrold is these days best known as a self-help author and celebrity hypnotherapist, but in his teens he was the bass player in a punk band, The Vagrants, who later became Sugar Ray Five. Under the latter name the band won £10,000 in the BBC1 National Battle Of The Bands, from where they signed to a major label, released several singles, and appeared on TV on various programmes.
Now Glenn has returned to his roots, having found a love for songwriting – ‘Fading Photograph’ is his second release for 2017, and the ballad tells a tale of lost love. Featuring Dean Rhymes on lead vocals, the song is slow and multi-layered, with instrumentation provided by piano and strings.
In his 20 year career as a hypnotherapist, Glenn has sold multi-millions of his CDs, MP3s, and apps, and has consequently helped countless people. Now his music will also help, albeit in a different way.
‘Fading Photograph’ is available to download and stream from iTunes, Amazon, Napster, Google Play, 7 Digital, Deezer and Spotify. You can find out more about Glenn Harrold from his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts, as well as his official website. Be sure to also check out Dean Rhymes on his Facebook page.